The Best Virtual Spaces For Collaboration

You’re likely to utilize Slack or video tools for conferencing if working remotely. These 2D tools aren’t always the best for fostering the connection and collaboration among team members.

Collaboration spaces are essential. The best virtual spaces resemble the physical environment of a workplace with meeting rooms, workstations and common areas that enable teams to quickly locate each other. With just a few nudges or live chats teams can have organic communication, and have serendipitous meetings like those that take place in real offices.

Kumospace is a prime example of a virtual workspace which helps to reduce the need for meetings, by giving people the feeling that they’re “working next to someone”. It also provides a range of virtual rooms that can be used for collaboration, from sprint planning and 1:1 catch-ups to project presentations and sales demos.

Switchboard is a virtual collaboration tool that takes the experience of working in an office to a different level. Its collaborative virtual rooms and canvas enable teams to be productive quickly, working together on browser-based applications and documents. When the session ends, the entire work is saved so that everyone can continue where they started.

Other virtual spaces, such as Teemyco and Gather, help foster team culture by making it easier for people to know what their coworkers are doing in the virtual office. It’s easy to see when someone is working on a large project, giving a sales demonstration or taking a virtual break.


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