One observable trend that is showing up in our tool reviews here at NoHQ is the strong pull towards creating new communication tools that are trying to create an artificial sense of presence and reachability. In this post, we are taking a closer look at some of these tools and analyze the effects that they may have on remote teams.
In a remote team, day-to-day communication happens asynchronously. While startups try to conquer the synchronous space, there is far less work happening on the other side. Let's take a look.
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Casual chatter, loud laughter, sitting in a room with a dozen other people. What's normal in co-located meetings is a no-go in remote settings. Here are meeting best practices.
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A collection of resources, all around a certain remote work topic, sent every other week.
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