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Tech Tools You Need to Communicate Efficiently with Your Team

For a successful business, team communication is crucial. And remote work has brought us a lot of challenges when it comes to communication and collaboration. 

However, it has brought us a lot of great communication technology as well. It’s never been easier to manage a remote team than today. But with so many communication tools, how to know which one is the right for your team?

Here are the 5 most popular tech tools that can help you efficiently communicate with your team.

  1. Slack

Slack is probably a tool most of us have heard of and for a good reason. It can be said that Slack is one of the leading communication tools out there. And that’s because it offers highly organized instant messaging that can be sorted by category, project, task and so much more.

Another great thing about this tool is the fact that you can set one-on-one messages as well as group chat with your whole team.

Slack is also available as a mobile app, which makes it easy to stay in touch with your team no matter where you are. With Slack, you can also send voice and video messages, share screens, and transfer files. Not to mention that there are a thousand integrations available on Slack.

When it comes to price, you have a free option, but that option limits you to 10K messages and 5GB of shared storage, and only 10 integrations. If you want unlimited access to everything Slack has to offer, we recommend you either pay for standard or plus payment plans.

  1. ProofHub

If it’s effective employee communication you’re looking for, look no further than ProofHub. This tool is great for collaboration, project management, file sharing, task scheduling, time tracking and so much more. 

ProofHub has several useful integrations such as DropBox, Google Drive, Google Calendar, and Microsoft Outlook, to name a few. As far as communication tools go, this one is easy to use and operate and it’s available in several different languages.

Both group and one-on-one chat features are available, as well as a proofing tool that allows users to comment on documents and files shared within the platform.

We can say that the price is right for a small and growing team and regardless of how many people use it, this tool charges a flat monthly rate.

  1. Microsoft Teams

Yet another communication tool many people love using. This has something to do with its great online meeting tools, file sharing options as well as its consolidated chat. 

In addition to all that, Microsoft Teams features a lot of great integrations that include Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Office 365, Microsoft Planner, Microsoft Excel and Word, Trello, and Asana, plus so many more.

Microsoft Teams has seamless search options. Each channel has its file storage which means that you don’t need to endlessly scroll to find exactly what you’re looking for. Microsoft Teams saves your files and it even backs them up. Even when you delete a channel, the files will remain stored.

If you’re subscribed to Microsoft Office 365, Microsoft Teams is easily available to you.

  1. Google Workspace

Google Workspace is a great tool for both collaboration and communication. It has everything you need to take your business to another level. With it, you can transfer files, share workspace, hold live and video conferences, make to-do lists, and send instant messages.

Google Workspace integrations include Gmail, Google Calendar, and Zapier, to name a few. With Google Workforce you can obtain a professional email address for everyone on your team.  

You can try it by using a free trial option and then if you like it, you can get a Basic plan for 6 dollars per month.

  1. OneDrive

You’ve already heard of Google Drive, well OneDrive is Microsoft’s equivalent of Google Drive. That means that if you have Microsoft Office products, installing OneDrive is a logical step. 

With OneDrive you can easily create, review, and share documents, store files, and upload multimedia from mobile devices. All this and more make OneDrive a great collaboration and communication tool.

You can try it for free or you can start with a basic plan that costs around 5 dollars.

There are tons of tech tools that facilitate communication and collaboration between teams. Choosing the right one is, without a doubt, challenging. However, you can’t go wrong if you opt for any of the above-mentioned tools.

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