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Best Work From Home Tools During Covid-19

Best Work From Home Tools During Covid-19

According to the WHO, there are  416,686 confirmed cases worldwide for now. People are losing their lives. Healthcare professionals are working incredibly hard to deal with the situation, and we need to do our part, and stay in our homes.

Due to the recent epidemic of Coronavirus, the economy has also taken a huge hit. Most businesses are closed or having hard times. Some of us, the lucky ones, can work from home and use the tools that have been provided to us to get the most out of our work and minimize the damage. 

Here are some of the remote work tools that you can use:

Zoom

Zoom is a video conferencing tool that allows you to connect with your team easily. It’s a great tool to connect to your team and have meetings. It’s now free for K-12 schools.

JotForm

Data collection tool with many widgets, integrations, payment processing and ability to assign forms to your teammates. If you are fighting against the Coronavirus, you get a free, unlimited and HIPAA compliant account.

Slack

Communicate with your team easily. If you are working on coronavirus pandemic research mitigation or response, the upgrades are free. You need to send an email to this spesific email address to get this setup.

Airtable

Airtable is a cloud collaboration service that is widely used. And now, the Airtable Pro plan is completely free without a time limit for any non-political humanitarian groups working on COVID-19 relief efforts.

Salesforce

Free Covid-19 Care Response solution for Healthcare systems. It’s for emergency response teams, call centers, and care management teams who are affected by Covid-19.

Calendly

Online work scheduling tool to help remote workers stay connected. Zoom and GoToMeeting integrations used to be paid, but now they are free until June 30. Also, premium plans are now free for teams working directly on Covid-19.

Wrike

Collaborative work management platform. They offer 6 months free access to Professional Edition for the new customers. Also, if you are a current customer, you can add unlimited collaborators.

Google

Advanced Hangouts Meet video-conferencing is free now to all G suite and G Suite Education users.

Support.com

They offer free tech support for remote students and workers.

Zoho

Remotely apps are free until July 1, 2020. There are 11 apps in total, which includes apps for storage, project management, online meetings, and presentations.

PandaDoc

Free e-sign plan with unlimited users, document uploads and payment processing.

Comcast

Free Xfinity WiFi, the hotspots are available to everyone for COVID-19, not just the Xfinity subscribers. Network name is: “xfinity wifi”. You can find a hotspot near you on their website. 

Box

Secure file-sharing and collaboration platform for 3 months. You’ll get the Business plan which has unlimited storage, advanced user and security reporting.

Dropbox

Free DropBox Business and HelloSign subscriptions for nonprofits and NGOs that are fighting COVID-19. The subscription plans are for 3 months.

Hootsuite

Free access to their professional social media management plan for small businesses and nonprofits to help them stay connected to their customers.

Discord

Enhanced Go-Live streaming service limit is upped to 50 from 10. Go Live is free to use and enables you to screen share apps from your computer or privately stream while your team can watch from any device.

Carto

Free visualization software for organizations fighting COVID-19.

There are many more solutions that can help you during these hard times. Make sure to check out HelpWithCovid and Deals for businesses in the time of COVID-19.

If you are trying to help fight against COVID-19 through your service or product, please fill out the form below so we can add you to the list.

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