As more people, teams, and organizations adopt remote work setups and processes, the need for strong digital tools that sustain productivity and foster collaboration will also see an increase. In a distributed environment, you can’t swivel around in your fancy Herman Miller chair to ask your co-worker to help out with the quarterly presentation or even know who is working on what by a simple glance around the office.
Digital collaboration tools like Trello and Slack simulate this in-office experience online, creating a virtual workplace for teams of all types. Everyone on a team and in management can get a full view into who’s working on what and with whom, across all company projects
Trello was built with remote teams in mind (and we’ve operated remotely as a company for nearly a decade!). From meetings to project planning and every team-building activity in between, Trello is full of treasures and features that make working remotely together genuinely enjoyable.
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