In How does your company communicate/collaborate remotely?, two teams mentioned Slack and two mentioned Microsoft Teams, then other tools that were mentioned included: Trello, Zoom, Google Docs, Taskade, Skype, GoToMeeting, WhatsApp, Quip, and WordPress.
At Capiche, our core trio of collaboration tools are Slack, Zoom, and Notion:
Obviously our team is huge on Yac. Day to day conversations happen over voice messages there as well as almost all our feedback and tasking.
We use Slack for links and notifications like GitHub commits and Invision comments. It’s basically become Yo for our team at this point. Asana is for project management and bugs, although I’m pretty task management system agnostic at this point. SoFriendly used Hubstaff Tasks for example.
I’m the odd man out here and not a fan of Notion. We use Slite, and Slab is also a really awesome alternative that we loved.
What text-based, terminal software do you still use daily—and if you're still an avid terminal user, are you also a developer or not?
Looking for SaaS that doesn't accept credit card/debit card/paypal payments- only wire transfers/ACH.
We currently use Quickbooks Online but the options for invoice customization are limited and the interface is horrendous. We're looking for something that can: - link up with our banking - accept ...