If you’ve gone through our other categories, then you’re probably wondering what remote working tools could possibly be still left out to be termed as ‘other’ or ‘miscellaneous.’ Well, quite a few tools come under this category, actually. We might not have been able to classify them, but these out of the box tools are equally important to make your work easier, more exciting and to enhance its quality.
For instance, consider a long day at work where your team members are all so preoccupied that nobody has had a chance to interact with the other members. Often, remote workers get so caught up in work that they forget to switch off and take a breather. In a survey we conducted to understand more about how remote working has affected the state of work of people in the course of the Covid-19 pandemic, it was clear that keeping a healthy work-life balance was the biggest challenge faced by people across the globe. However, the harsh consequences of isolation is something that not only new entrants in the remote working industry face, but it has been testified by people who have been working remotely for years, do check out our Chronicles to get to know more about their experiences and how they dealt with the god and the not so good side of remote working.
But, What can you do to avoid this rut? How do you make your work-life more interesting without having your team around to share the occasional joke or chat at the coffee machine?
That’s where these remote working tools come in.
Some fun remote working tools:
Consider Questup, for instance, it lets you have interactive Q&A sessions and engage your coworkers by letting them submit and vote on questions. Sounds like a great way to get your mind out of work for a while and have fun at the same time.
Or take the example of NTX Go. You’d be lying if you say that you find it easy to motivate yourself to get up and work those muscles everyday while working from home. This app offers you exercise routines that can be done anywhere, requires zero equipment, and takes less than 20 minutes.
And if you’re someone who accidentally opens Amazon and ends up buying a fancy eraser an hour later since you had nobody to tell you that you don’t need it, then check out ReceiptLens and track your expenses.
But that’s not all, from finding the barbershops in your city (cause you want to look cool in the Zoom meetings 😎) and health insurance, to planning trips (get out there and explore!) and improving your focus, this category features ‘everything else’
So delay no further and dive right into our list of the coolest *and necessary* miscellaneous remote working tools here: