The Top 5 Online Collaboration Tools for Large Projects You Must Use Now

The Top 5 Online Collaboration Tools for Large Projects You Must Use Now - People Development Network
The Top 5 Online Collaboration Tools for Large Projects You Must Use Now - People Development Network
Kate Simpson

Kate Simpson

Kate Simpson is a senior writer at www.assignmentmasters.co.uk assignment writing service. She is also engaging in multiple themed projects and has experience with cross-department collaboration.
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Whether you own a small or huge business, you must have used online collaboration tools at a certain point. It enables your company and team to work on their tasks efficiently, in due time, and project management overall is much easier. Small businesses especially can benefit from these online collaboration tools because it enables them to become an efficient and well-organized team that can take on more projects. But if you’re just a startup, you might not know which ones are the best. Stay tuned to find out which are the top 5 tools you can easily start managing the biggest projects possible.

Huddle

Used by hundreds of thousands of companies in the USA and the UK, Huddle has shown to be a very powerful tool for small and big businesses alike. It is a secure network, where some features include online brainstorming sessions between co-workers. You get insight into a conversation about every aspect of the project, and it’s all conveniently located in one place. You can also store your business files online, on the cloud, and your team can use it if given permission. Another great benefit of using an online collaboration tool like this is that you can assign milestones and task deadline to your team members, and track how far they have gone with work. It’s an added plus, especially if you have several deadlines and appointments to meet, and a large team that you need to keep an eye on all the time.

BaseCamp

Similar to other online collaboration tools, but oh so very different, BaseCamp is a tool that focuses on making communication more efficient and easy for all team members. You get the convenience of using the app both on your computer and your phone, so you’re always up to date with your projects. No need to check those messy emails no more. All your to-do lists, documents, and files are in one place for your entire team to access and share with each other. Fast and easy communication is of essence for all large teams who are either in charge of large projects or have a large number of clients. Staying on top of all assignments comes easy with BaseCamp because it revolves around communication aspect of management.

Nutcache

If the previously mentioned collaboration tools don’t fit your style, Nutcache certainly will. It offers an extensive array of options so you are able to manage every aspect of the project in one spot. You can control billings and invoices, manage expenses and create complex reports. Along with handling your finances you are also able to use this online collaborative tool to build specific tasks for your team members and their clients, and assign hours to the projects, and share important files regarding the same project. No need to step away from Nutcache, because it can be your #1 information resource.

Redbooth

If your goal is to streamline all communication regarding a project and be able to control every aspect of it in an efficient manner, Redbooth will enable you to do that, and so much more. Share your files, videos, images, documents and brainstorm with your colleagues, in the room or off-shore right there, in that moment. Efficient communication is just one of the benefits of online collaboration tools such as this one. You can connect the tool to Google Drive, Dropbox or Evernote if your team already heavily relies on that software. Redbooth is like an online planner. Every to-do list, storage, and task creation can be managed from inside Redbooth.

Trello

Trello is incredibly easy to use, and it lets you tackle the most problematic aspects of managing large projects. Online collaboration tools like Trello enable you to customize your to-do lists, for each of your team members and their specific projects, and keep track of their activities. You can organize images, videos, texts, notes, whatever you are using for a certain project. If that’s not in enough, there’s a very useful progress meter. If you’re the kind of team that needs to be reminded about tasks all the time and are pushed by visuals, then this progress meter is what you need. You can keep an eye on your deadline and whether you are making all of your appointments. And what to hear the best part? It’s all for free, so you and your team can get on it today.

Because businesses and teams can more than often consist of team members that are not in the same country, online collaboration tools provide a very safe network to communicate with all members and assign them tasks they can check off. It’s also great for monitoring and checking activities of your team members. Take advantage of these powerful tools today!

 

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