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Top 5 Remote Working Tools You Should Master

1. Trello
Trello is a startup favorite. It’s an extremely general-purpose and easy-to-use project management tool, based on the Kanban system
2. Slack
Slack provides an easy-to-use chat/channel communication tool that can keep everyone connected with a user-friendly interface.
3. Zoom
Zoom is a video conferencing tool that is exceptionally lightweight and integrates directly into Google Calendar.
4. Dropbox
Dropbox is a cloud-based file hosting service that helps its users to store their data in one place which they can make accessible to whomever they wish
5. Google Drive
Google Drive is a cloud storage platform to keep all your files in one secure and centralized location. The remote workers can store and share documents, spreadsheets, and slide presentations. It can be used for reporting on weekly metrics. Additionally, Google Drive files can be synced across devices, so individuals can view and update them from anywhere.