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4 Tools that Foster Effective Teamwork

There are too many tools that make it harder to choose one for organizing teamwork. With the help of teamwork & tools, one can achieve surprising results with people.

1. Project Management — INDYDESK

If you think Project management software seems out to be complicated for your team, then you must try INDYDESK once — the easiest way to collaborate with your team & work.

It offers you the basics which you need, like creating projects, assigning tasks, subtasks to certain people, setting priorities, set due dates, share your list with your team, upload files, and much much more in a beautifully designed package.

How to structure work with Project management tool

Each member of my team has a personal board with the following required lists:

  • Task — Here you can create a new task and assign them to each team member. Your team can check their allocated work and plan accordingly to meet the deadline.
  • Work Status: as soon as they finished the task, you can change your task status (completed or pending)
  • Follow-ups: A complete list of customer and client data, with their complete follow-up data.

How to use it:

  1. Try Indydesk for free.
  2. Try it out on a few projects.
  3. Get attached and use it forever.

Free Plan

  • Up to 2 Users
  • 1 GB Total Storage Space
  • Indysecure Features
  • 100000 Contacts

Pro Plan

  • Up to 5 Users
  • 5 GB Total Storage Space
  • Indysecure Features
  • Unlimited Contacts
  • All standard Indydesk features & Free Plan features

Enterprise Plan

  • Up to 15 Users
  • 10 GB Total Storage Space
  • Indysecure Features
  • Unlimited Contacts
  • All standard Indydesk features & Pro Plan features

Pricing: Free to $25 per month (depending upon your team size)

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2. Communication- SLACK

Slack is the best way to communicate with your teammates easily.

Slack offers a centralized and searchable way for your team to communicate and share files (up to 10k messages, up to 10 apps & integrations, 1-to-1 video calls, and 5 GB total storage in free plan) that means you won’t need to log into your Gmail account during work hours.

It might be chances that you are already using it, or at least you heard about it. You can also create private groups not only for teammates but also for people outside your team like clients.

Pricing: Free to $15/user/month

Not interested in Slack !!!! Here it’s alternatives, i.e., Google Hangouts

3. Video Conferencing — SKYPE

I’m going to guess you already know what Skype is. It’s how you keep in touch with your parents when you move overseas and the lifeblood of many a long-distance relationship.

It’s also extremely useful in the workplace. There are a lot of video conferencing apps on the market, but Skype has the advantage of being familiar and so not needing extra time to set up and learn.

Pricing: Free to $5.50/user/month

4. Social Media Management — BUFFER

Buffer is a simpler way to schedule posts and track the performance of your content on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn, and Google+.

It’s fast, easy and powerful social media sharing. No more logging into multiple social accounts. Any link, text, picture or video — just add it to Buffer and you can quickly choose when and where it’ll be posted. Save time and manage all your social media in one place.