Over the years, Collaboration Superpowers has compiled a list of useful tools and apps for remote teams. We hope these tools help you work better remotely.

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Group Chat

  • Blink. “A comprehensive employee app and portal solution designed to improve communication and increase productivity by keeping mobile employees up-to-date with relevant information.” (
  • Catchup. “Virtual coffee /  water cooler chats for Slack.” (
  • Chanty. “A simple and fast team chat app that helps teams in all business segments communicate effectively and get the most out of collaboration.” (
  • Fleep. “A flexible messenger that integrates with email and lets you store and share files easily.” (
  • Front. “The shared in-box for teams. All your emails, apps, and teammates in one collaborative workspace.” (
  • Holopod. “Automatic Slack status updates to supercharge your remote team.” (
  • Hopin. “The first all-in-one live online events platform where attendees can learn, interact, and connect with people from anywhere in the world.” (
  • Hubgets. “Hubgets is a unified communication platform available as a service or in a private cloud that enables users to communicate internally with their team, as well as externally with clients/customers or third parties. (
  • Layer. “Web app that works on top of your existing Excel and Google Sheets. It allows you to give spreadsheet access on a tab or cell level to relevant stakeholders, request input, then review and track changes.” (
  • Mailtrim. “Mailtrim is a smart and intuitive email client that helps business professionals to seamlessly exchange office emails.” (
  • Mattermost. “A flexible, open-source messaging platform that enables secure team collaboration.” (
  • Mibo. “A video chat app made for informal meetings, remote drinks, social mixers, networking events, or just hanging around.” (
  • Microsoft Teams. “Microsoft’s solution for chat, online meetings and collaboration.” (
  • Mio. “Connects you with the people you work with on Slack, Microsoft Teams, and Cisco Webex Teams.” (
  • MyChat. Secured instant messaging system with own server. (
  • Nod. Get real-time reactions from team members on Google Meet | Product Hunt. (
  • Orbital. “Audio-first communication for teams. Customise your virtual office, talk to people close to you, have breakaway chats, and broadcast your screens all at one link.” (
  • Papermind. Papermind Slack App is a collaborative wiki and knowledge management system for Slack. (
  • Pulse. “Pulse automatically updates your Slack status in real-time based on your preferences, level of⚡️ focus, calendar, and the apps you use.” (
  • Pumble. “A free team chat app developed by the creators of Clockify – top time tracking tool.” (
  • Rake. “Combines team messaging and omnichannel customer chat, in one workspace.” (
  • RingCentral. “Team messaging, file sharing, and video that you’ll fall in love with.” (
  • Saba. “Collaboration and social tools to help employees work with real-time information and continuous conversations, no matter where they are located.” (
  • Slack. Team conversations in open or private channels. (
  • Tability. “Simple OKRs for modern teams.” (
  • Teampus. “The local social network for temporary, log free shares.” (
  • Troop Messenger. “The Unified Business Communication Platform.” (
  • Twist. “Keeps your conversations on-topic and in one place.” (
  • Zulip. “Zulip provides the benefits of real-time chat, while also being great at asynchronous communication.” (


Video Conferences & Events

  • Bizzabo. “Manage your live, virtual, and hybrid events with Bizzabo’s end-to-end event software and unlock the full potential of your events.” (
  • Digitell Inc. “Your virtual event & live streaming experts”. (
  • Guestboard. “The most flexible and user-friendly platform to get all of your attendees on the same page. Create your in-person or virtual event board in under 2 minutes.” (
  • HexaFair. “Virtual Events Platform Specially Designed To Host & Manage Events in Online.” (
  • Hubilo. “The Hybrid event platform to converge your online & offline event.” (
  • iVent. “A flexible and cost-efficient way to build more connections.” (
  • Laaveo. A Web-based system produced especially to serve the needs of nonprofits and groups. The Laaveo platform covers fund accounting, online donation management, reporting functionalities, fundraising tools, membership supervision, event management, and communications. (
  • LiveWebinar. “A collaboration and webinar software, with deep personalisation and integration emphasis. A competitor to GoToWebinar, Webex and Zoom.” (
  • Networkapp. “The all-in-one event and community app, on a mission to connect knowledge (online, hybrid or live event).”  (
  • OVICE. “A virtual space based on voice chat to help event organizers to enhance their events. Even though guests are joining remotely, in OVICE, they can communicate effortlessly just like they are in a real-life event, simply by approaching each other.” (
  • SpatialChat. “Your virtual party for up to 50 guests.” (
  • Townscript Live. “An integrated virtual events platform that will help you manage event registrations, payments and even live stream all in one place.” (
  • VFairs. “Host Online Conferences, Virtual Career Fairs, Online Trade Shows & more. Connect audiences globally using chat tools, live webinars & digital content, backed by unbeatable 24/7 customer support.” (

Video Conferencing

Check out the ultimate remote video cheatsheet AND Doist’s article The Pyramid of Remote Team Communication Tools for the best remote communication tools!

  • Airmeet. “Online events that encourage immersive interactions and networking among attendees.” (
  • Amazon Chime. “Frustration-free online meetings with exceptional audio and video quality.”(
  • BlueJeans. “Video, audio, and web conferencing that works with the collaboration tools you use every day.”
  • Catch. Send quick video messages that expire after twenty-four hours. (
  • Cattlecall. “Face-to-face meetings.” (
  • Cvent. “Connect with your virtual event attendees. Boost their interaction with you, sponsors, exhibitors, and each other.” (
  • Collabify. Online meetings made easy. No registration. No login. No worries. Just one click. (
  • 1-click video calls, with more. (
  • Discord. “All-in-one voice and text chat for gamers that’s free, secure, and works on both your desktop and phone.” (
  • 8×8. A unified communication system, VoIP and a wealth of resources for business, big and small, to learn more about the benefits of cloud communications and how these tools can help make remote work more effective. (https://www.8×
  • Ecamm Live. “The all-in-one live streaming production platform for Mac.” (
  • Edit Video Calls. “We help consultants & organizations save time and generate leads with done-for-you edits from the Zoom calls you’re already having.” (
  • Everytale. “An all-in-one virtual events platform bringing people to interact everywhere around the world. It enables people to share ideas regardless of origin, language, or social background.” (
  • Eyes on. “Eyeson offers you perfectly crisp video calls, even during large group calls and on your mobile.” (
  • “Create a playful virtual space to organise team socials, meetups and fun online meetings.” (
  • Freebird. “Quickly jump in and out of voice channels instead of scheduling calls. It’s so fast you’ll feel like you’re working side by side.” (
  • Gather. “A personalised web meeting platform shaped around your specific business needs.” (
  • GoToMeeting. “Online Meeting Software with HD Video Conferencing.” (
  • Grapevine. “Schedule less Zoom meetings with our asynchronous video communication platform.” (
  • Hangouts Meet. Real-time meetings by Google. Using your browser, share your video, desktop, and presentations with teammates and customers. (
  • IPEVO Document Camera. An image capture device for live streaming the tiniest details of your teaching or presentation materials.(
  • Jitsi Meet. “No downloads required. Jitsi Meet works directly within your browser. Simply share your conference URL with others to get started.” (
  • Free screen sharing, online meetings, and web conferencing. (
  • Kandao. “Kandao 360° all-in-one conferencing camera gives you a true face-to-face meeting experience by delivering 1080P HD video with crystal clear audio.” (
  • Kino. “Virtual never felt so personal. Kino is the first 2nd generation video platform that allows movement to different spaces without leaving the larger group. Creating a more efficient way to collaborate and learn, virtually.” (
  • Lifesize. “Video conferencing in stunning 4K. Meet, collaborate, connect and inspire.” (
  • Loom. Google Chrome extension that allows you to record and share your screen and webcam. (
  • “A cloud-based video collaboration platform.” (
  • Meeting Owl. Intelligent 360-degree all-in-one video conferencing device. (
  • Neat. “Makes it simple to collaborate with your team – in or out of the office. Try a Neat Bar in your home office for the ultimate work from home experience.” (
  • Odro. One-click online video meetings. (
  • OpenSlides. “OpenSlides is the all-in-one solution for running your plenary meetings and conferences. Show the current presentation on the main screen, while you show the agenda, motions, list of speakers on others. Working on elections and documents in parallel with all participants. Web-based and always up-to-date.” (
  • Pepxip. “Empower your organization with face-to-face collaboration, no matter the location or technology.” (
  • Peer Page. “The platform for better conversations, bring fun informal interaction and human connection to virtual meetings of any size.” (
  • Portal from Facebook. “Portal feels less like a video call and more like you’re in the same room — even when you’re miles apart.” (
  • QiqoChat Inc. “A social wrapper for Zoom + Microsoft Teams + Google Docs. See who is in which breakout room before you go. Hold small or large interactive meetings and events!” (
  • Remo. “Cafe style video conference where you can “see” multiple breakout groups and quickly shift between groups” (
  • Remotely Green. “Host sociable, engaging events with RemotelyGreen’s AI-powered matchmaking and icebreakers.” (
  • Restream. “A go-to streaming service that lets you simultaneously stream videos to over 30 platforms, including Twitch, YouTube, Facebook, etc.” (
  • Screencastify. “The #1 screen recorder for Chrome.” (
  • Shindig. Large-scale video chat events that allow you to present to an online audience of up to one thousand people. You can also take questions from the audience, provide audience with chat, and stream to YouTube or Facebook Live. (
  • StarLeaf. “StarLeaf keeps you connected and collaborating wherever you are so you can stay productive from the office, at home, or on the move.” (
  • StreamYard. “The best cloud-based broadcasting studio.” (
  • Supernormal. “Record any ‘Google Meets’ meeting with a single click. Get the full recording, transcript, and a shareable link instantly.” (
  • Swivel. “Audio chat for remote teams with office-like acoustic interactions.” (
  • Timz.Flowers. “Async Video Conferencing. Flat hierarchies, faster knowledge transfer and better decision-making.” (
  • Toasty. “Toasty is a video meeting platform that drives collaborations and discussions among your remote team in minutes with our ready-made templates and powerful toolbar.” (
  • Trember Spaces. “A free video group chat and virtual conference tool for larger groups, providing a very engaging and social way of virtual collaborations.” (
  • Veertly. “Host your online events and networking sessions here. Connect and grow together, globally.” (
  • VideoFacilitator. “High levels of participant mobility, as well as intuitive and nonintrusive facilitator controls.”(
  • Video Window. “The world’s first always-on immersive video conferencing portal.” (
  • Whereby. An easy, instant way to have a shared-screen video call. Someone creates a link to a room and sends it to others. No registration needed. (
  • Welder. “Create a session, invite your guests & start recording for free. Download high-quality video & audio files for each participant. All in your browser.” (
  • Wonder. “A space where people choose their conversation partners/groups by approaching others – just like in real life.” (
  • YAC. Talk with your team, no meetings or scheduling needed. Listen on your own time & stay in sync. (
  • Yuzu. “Video conferencing application that emulates how teams chat and interact in an open office floor plan.” (
  • Zoom. Enterprise video conferencing and web conferencing. (

Virtual Office

Working with colleagues in a virtual office can create a surprisingly strong sense of community and connection.

  • Bisner. “We empower coworking spaces around the globe to communicate and interact better with their community.”(
  • Complice. “Find people to work with. If there’s nobody else in a room, you can still go in it and invite your friends to join.” (
  • CYBEROffice. “CyberHorizon’s CYBEROffice is a secure video-based office platform that serves as a virtual office for teams to collaborate seamlessly using various in-built tools.” (
  • eWorkspace. “A virtual office platform that enables coworkers to collaborate & work together remotely.” (
  • Friyay. “The virtual workspace that connects your team – everyone and everything is one click away – create an action plan, take notes, start a video chat, set timeline, see progress – simple yet very powerful.” (
  • Filo. “A customizable virtual workspace for teams, workshops and collaborative events. With dedicated rooms for teams or topics; branded spaces; seamless movement between breakout rooms or conversations; chat functionality and more. (
  • Gather Town. “Spend time with your friends, coworkers, and communities like you would in real life.” (
  • InfinCE. “InfinCE integrates the top features of all the remote working tools to one single platform. This gives the users the ease of handling technology and eliminates the struggles of switching between apps.” (
  • Knock. “Your place to collaborate and hang out with your remote teammates.” (
  • Kosy. “Work side-by-side, regardless of where you and your teams are. See, talk, share and socialize with your team in your virtual office.” (
  • Kumospace. “Free immersive video chat built for groups.” (
  • Loop Team. “Virtual Office that brings the best parts of working in an office to distributed teams to help them communicate faster, capture and disseminate face-to-face discussions, and stay more connected than ever.” (
  • Myworkhive. “A social enterprise for parents, carers and anyone looking for a more flexible career that fits their life. (
  • My Digital Office. “A complete online digital workplace, with desks, rooms, and even an office phone. You get all of the benefits of having a brick-and-mortar office, without needing one.” (
  • Notion. “Write, plan, collaborate, and get organized. Notion is all you need — in one tool.” (
  • OfficeAnywhere. “An all in one 3D holistic virtual office for remote workers, distributed workforces, and multi-location operations.” (
  • Pragli. “View the conversations in your office. Feel connected with your teammates with live avatars, periodic photos, or both.” (
  • PukkaTeam. “Bring your remote team together, get real team presence with automated selfie photos, and see their status throughout the day.” (
  • qube. “A virtual office that enables you to work remotely. See who’s chatting with coworkers, out of the office, or stepped out for lunch.” (
  • Remo. “Online office space for remote teams.” (
  • RemoteHQ. “Real-time collaboration for distributed teams” (
  • Remotion. “A virtual office that puts your hybrid or remote team on your desktop. Feel closer to your team with fewer meetings and more lightweight ways to connect.” (
  • Sococo. Sococo offers a virtual office with a customizable floor plan. All logged-in workers’ avatars are visible, so everyone knows who is working. Includes options for group discussion rooms with video and screen sharing, a virtual watercooler chatting area, and a Do Not Disturb Room. See my interview with some of the Sococo team. (
  • Tandem. Re-discover the flow of working together in‑person. See, talk to, and collaborate with your team in one click.
  • TeamSatus. “Empower you and your teammates to bring work and life into harmony—to be able to stay connected and collaborative no matter where in the world you’re located.”  (
  • VirBELA. “The Future of Work.  One world, achieving together.  VirBELA enables next-generation, remote collaboration.” (
  • Walkabout Workplace. “An award-winning online workplace connecting remote teams—seamlessly.” (
  • Welo Space.  “As the world’s first online work experience, Welo has been designed to capture the intangibles of the office environment.” (
  • With. “A virtual office for your remote team.” (
  • Wurkr. “A video platform that replicates your physical office – online! You can communicate and work with your distributed or remote colleagues visibly and in real-time wherever they may be.! (

Virtual Reality

Voice Conferencing

  • Discord. “All-in-one voice and text chat for gamers that’s free, secure, and works on both your desktop and phone.” (
  • Nextiva.  “A business phone system featuring conference calling, call recording and forwarding, and an app that takes your business to the cloud.” (
  • VAIL. “Voice + email.” (
  • Voxer. “Walkie talkie app for high-performance teams. Your team has secure, real-time communication in one powerful push-to-talk.” (





Online Meeting Managers and Accessories

  • Howspace. An AI-powered digital collaboration tool that brings social learning to the forefront of your process and development initiatives.” (
  • Kiryl’s Facilitation Toolkit. “An extensive set of templates for different kinds of facilitated online sessions supported with guides and examples.” (
  • Klaxoon. “A platform that empowers organizations to run effective and productive workshops easily in a hybrid environment. Anytime, Anywhere.“.  (
  • Lean Coffee Table. “Lean Coffee Table helps distributed teams to run effective ‘agenda-less’ Lean Coffee meetings. Lean Coffee is a wonderfully simple idea developed by Jim Benson and Jeremy Lightsmith.” (
  • Lucid Meetings. “Smart software for great meetings.” Helps you schedule times, send calendar reminders, agree on an agenda, log action items, gather user feedback, and use or create your own meeting templates. (
  • MeetingPro. “With MeetingPro, facilitators have their own platform on which they can profile themselves and a community where they can exchange knowledge and experience.” (
  • MeetingQuality. “Meetings with meaning.” (
  • Meeting Toolchest. “Resources to make your meetings more effective.” (
  • Mentimeter. “Interactive presentations, workshops, and meetings.” (
  • Meetingroom. “Connecting teams in a virtual reality meeting room from any device.” (
  • MultiTaction. “Where the ultimate touch technology meets the complete visualization and collaboration solution.” (
  • My Simple Show. “Explain any complex topic in a simple and engaging way. Transform your message into a convincing explainer video or an interactive experience.” (
  • Nureva. “Advanced audio conferencing systems and real-time visual collaboration tools bring your team together for better results.” (
  • Parabol. “Software-facilitated retrospectives and check-in meetings.” (
  • Promo. “An online video maker that gives you everything you need to make high-performing videos. We have ready to use templates and it fit to all types of contents.” (
  • “Create a free online meeting room with powerful collaboration tools.” (
  • “Get instant feedback from your meetings, workshops, and conferences.” (
  • Scriby. “A meeting notes platform that augments your calendar and makes your meetings *systematically* productive.” (
  • Slido. “Live Q&A, polls, and slides for your meetings and events.” (
  • schnaq. “Interactive and intelligent Q&A, polls and other engagement-tools.” (
  • SoapBox. “SoapBox provides a single place for people managers and employees to collaborate.” (
  • Supercards. These beautiful Supercards enable you to communicate visually during your online meetings. (
  • TastyCupcakes. “Fuel for invention and learning.” (
  • Teamonator. “Easily split up a group into teams for breakout rooms.” (
  • Timer Pizza. “A simple, beautiful timer for meetings and workshops.” (
  • “A free online screen recorder that works on your Windows or Mac computer, no software download or plugin required.” (
  • VideoForm. Create interactive video content that attracts prospects, engages customers, trains employees and a whole lot more – all in a matter of minutes. (
  • Virtual card app. Cards for your phone to hold up when you’re on a group video call by Stephen Walker via GitHub (Inspired by the Collaboration Supercards).
  • Virtual Facilitator Cards. “A hub of in-person facilitation activities adapted to be facilitated on Zoom with complete instructions on prep, tools needed, and directions for facilitating each activity.” (
  • Vidrio. “Vidrio makes screen sharing effortlessly engaging. It makes screencasts or remote presentations more personal and expressive by allowing your audience to see not only your screen but yourself..” (


Standup Meetings/Status Updates

  • Geekbot. “Join thousands of teams that use Geekbot to automate standups, surveys, and daily reports.” (
  • iDoneThis. “Daily check-ins and powerful progress reports.” (
  • Jackfruit. “Always-on video rooms for your Slack channels.” (
  • Olaph. “A Slack bot that facilitates daily standups for your team inside of Slack.” (
  • Stand-Bot. “Run asynchronous stand-up meetings in Slack. Keep your team up to date.” (
  • Standup Bot. “Standup Bot collects information from your team, organizes it, and posts it in one easy-to-find place. It keeps teams accountable, allows them to track goals, and removes roadblocks by getting your team back in sync.” (
  • Standuply. “Run asynchronous standup meetings via text and audio/video, and track team performance.” (
  • Standups. “Supercharged video standups for teams.” (
  • Weekdone. “Set structured goals to align activities throughout your organization. Track weekly progress, provide feedback, and move everyone in a unified direction.” (


Video Broadcasting

  • Be Live. “Engage your audience on Facebook Live with an amazing live broadcast.” (
  • Crowdcast. “Live video Q&As, interviews, summits, webinars, and more.” (
  •  “A sophisticated end-to-end video creation tool that transforms inputted scripts into seamlessly-edited videos.” (
  • Video Speed Controller. “Helps you optimize your video viewing by allowing you to make quick playback speed adjustments, as well as rewind the video to hear the last few second one more time.” (


Virtual Icebreakers

  • WorkStyle. “An online tool that measures employee personality and then generates profiles for each employee, and the team as a whole.” (
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  • Cloudbric Remote Access Solution. “Cloud-based remote access solution that allows any business or organization to gain secure access without the use of a traditional VPN.” (
  • Email Finder. “All you need to connect with any professional. It puts all our data together—email formats, email addresses found on the web, verifications and other signals—to find the right contact information in seconds.” (
  • Horbito. “Enables you to work with your files online from anywhere and any computer without having to sync, download or install anything.” (
  • TR Cloud Desktop. “Allow access to all your files and applications from anywhere using a web browser on any internet connected device. No hassle of installing or downloading anything.” (
  • Webjets. “The creative desktop for all things that matter.” (

Password Management

  • Bitwarden. The easiest and safest way for individuals, teams, and business organizations to store, share, and sync sensitive data. (
  • Dashlane. “Never forget another password. Manage important account passwords intelligently and automatically.” (
  • GoCRM.  The only customer relationship management solution that takes on a full-funnel approach by combining powerful marketing and sales features. (
  • LastPass. “Remembers all your passwords, so you don’t have to.” (
  • LessPass. “Remember one master password to access your passwords, anywhere, anytime.” (
  • 1Password. “Remembers all [your passwords] for you. Save your passwords and log in to sites with a single click.” (
  • RoboForm. “You’ll never need to remember or type your passwords again.” (
  • Zoho Vault. “Online password manager for teams.” (

Task and Project Management

Note: There are too many tasks and project management tools to list. Check out these comparisons of project management software on Wikipedia and Cloudwards.

  • Actioned.  “A Team Productivity Tool to supercharge your results.” (
  • Aha! “Roadmap software to manage your products [and] connect strategy to execution.” (
  • Basecamp. “Basecamp puts everything you need to get work done in one place. It’s the calm, organized way to manage projects, work with clients, and communicate company-wide.” (
  • Breakout. “An easy to use Workflow Management Software that automates step-by-step recurring business processes.” (
  • Cage. “Project management and collaborative software tool for designers, agencies, and teams to share their creative work.” (
  • Chpokify. “Issue tracking tool for project managers and remote dev teams of any size. Comprises from three modules: planning poker, kanban, retrospective. Free up to 10 users.” (
  • CLARO. “No distractions, just your workweek with things to do at a glance.” (
  • Clio. “All you need to run a law practice from intake to invoice, with powerful tools to manage cases, clients, documents, bills, calendars, time tracking, reporting, and accounting.” (
  • Clockwise. “A smart calendar assistant that frees up your time so you can focus on what matters.” (
  • Complish. “Makes it easy to build good remote habits by making work visible, connected to objectives and promoting focused discussions.” (
  • “A popular Time & Attendance and Scheduling software that allows you to track your employees from any device.” (
  • Delibr. “Worlds first tool that helps product teams create structure, promote collaboration and save time.” (
  • Eylean. “Scrum and Kanban desktop software that integrates well into the Office tools and TFS [Team Foundation Server] from the Microsoft product family.” (
  • Freeter. Freeter helps you to “gather all the things you need for work in one place and have quick access to them.” (
  • Fyle. “An expense management software tool built to automate and streamline mundane expense reporting, tracking, and management tasks for employees and finance teams.” (
  • GanttPRO. “A project management and team collaboration tool with a robust and very intuitive Gantt chart.” (
  • GRANATUM Solutions. “Online platform for effective focused group work” (
  • GroWrk.  “GroWrk delivers, upgrades, and services home offices for your remote teams. We also handle health and safety compliance so that you don’t have to.” (
  • Friyay. “Helps you get it done by Friday. The easiest way to get things done.” (
  • Hibox. “Task and project management, chat and video calls in a single app.” See my interview with co-founderand COO Spencer Coon. (
  • “Keeps your business agile by empowering employees to find colleagues faster than ever, right in Slack.” (
  • Hypercontext. “Helps managers have better one-on-one, team meetings and discussions. Build agendas, manage meetings, set goals, and get feedback—all in one place.” (
  • Instagantt. “Gantt charts for Asana. Manage your schedules, tasks, timelines, and workload like a pro.” (
  • InVision. “Create context around your projects with Boards—flexible spaces to store, share, and talk about design ideas. Built-in layout options allow you to create visual hierarchy for your ideas.” (
  • Jira. “Plan, track, and manage your Agile and software development projects in Jira. Customize your workflow, collaborate, and release great software.” See my interview with Dom Price, head of R&D and work futurist at Atlassian. (
  • Kettle. “A platform to transform work experiences for the new hybrid landscape.” (
  • Leapmax. “Leapmax is an cloud based employee monitoring software powered by artificial intelligence.” (
  • Meetniq. “A tool to make meeting agendas, minutes and task management easier.” (
  • Notion. “All-in-one workspace.” (
  • Nozbe. “To-do, task-, project-, and time-management application.” See my interview with founder Michael Sliwinski. (
  • nTask. The smart task management platform that’s built around your needs, and it’s free. (
  • Pickle for Slack. “A round-robin task picker for Slack. Can pick from individual users, channels, and user groups.” (
  • Pivotal Tracker. “The Agile project management tool of choice for developers around the world for real-time collaboration around a shared, prioritized backlog.” (
  • Planable. “Planable is the command center of social media campaigns, bringing all of your people and content in the same place.” (
  • Podio. “With content, conversations, and processes structured and together on one tool, Podio creates the focus and clarity your people need to get their best work done.” (
  • Primetric. “Project, resource, and finance management platform dedicated to IT business services. Plan, track, and forecast developers’ availability, and projects’ profitability thanks to a high-level view, and powerful reports.” (
  • Productfolio. “Amazing Product Management software by simplifying processes & empowering collaboration, so your team can focus on building amazing products!” (
  • ProofHub. “All-in-one project management software for your growing business needs.” (
  • Proggio. “A collaborative project management solution for teams” (
  • “Software that helps you execute your strategy. Focus on Goals. Measure your Progress. Achieve Results.” (
  • ProProfs Project. “Easy to use online project management tool you’ll love.” (
  • ProWorkflow. “Unite your team. Remote Collaboration made easy.” (
  • Recruiterflow. “Modern Applicant Tracking Software for Recruiting and Staffing Agencies. Designed to do your busywork, so you can focus on what’s important. (
  • Redbooth. “Easy-to-use online project management software for high-performing teams.” (
  • Redmine. “A flexible project management web application. Written using the Ruby on Rails framework, it is cross-platform and cross-database.” (
  • Ring Central. “Take back 30 percent of your time by replacing unnecessary emails with team messaging, file sharing, tasks, scheduling, and integrations.” (
  • SaaS BPM. “A Productivity Process Management system designed to manage the recurring activities of teams and entire organizations. (
  • Salesforce Chatter. “Share knowledge, files, and data. Connect with experts from across your organization regardless of their role or location.” (
  • ScrumDo. “Agile and Kanban software for better work.” See my interview with cofounder Marc Hughes. (
  • Scrumie. “Keep your team in the loop no matter where your teammates are working. Teamwork overview, virtual stand-ups, time zones, integrations, and more!” (
  • Scrumile. “Collaboration tool for remote agile teams using Jira.” (
  • ScrumPoker. “Play Planning Poker in Confluence to estimate your JIRA backlogs.” (
  • Smartsheet. “The best way to plan, track, automate, and report on work, enabling you to move from idea to impact—fast.” (
  • SuperBeings. “Run performance reviews your way – annual, quarterly, or monthly. Include stakeholders you want – self, managers, peers. And save time chasing people with automated reminders and nudges.” (
  • talkspirit. “Your own branded enterprise social network solution to share information, encourage modern collaboration, and strengthen company culture.” (
  • Taskade. “a new way to brainstorm, outline, and get things done. It’s like a digital bullet journal for tasks, with real-time checklists, notes, and chat.” (
  • Taskeo. “Productivity and project management tool for teams.” (
  • TeamTracker. “Remote team management software for the lean entrepreneur.” (
  • Toggl Plan. “Stay on top of what each team member is doing and where they are with regards to deadlines.” (
  • Teamwork. “Online project management, help desk, and team messaging software designed to maximize your team’s productivity, communication, and overall customer happiness.” (
  • Trello. “Keeps track of everything, from the big picture to the minute details.” (
  • Uclusion. “Instead of treating collaboration as overhead, Uclusion is built around working on bugs, requirements and stories together. It’s like moving your code review to the beginning of development.” (
  • Vivify. “Web-based project management tool for Agile collaboration.” (
  • Week Plan. “Priority Planner for Highly Effective People – Week Plan is an effective task management software that helps you stay organised.” (
  • WorkPattern. “A people management app for managers to organize, motivate, and engage their teams.” (
  • Workplace by Facebook. “Make space for teams to share ideas, brainstorm, and achieve more together. More than just a collaboration tool, Workplace by Facebook connects everyone to familiar features and their favorite business tools.” (
  • Woven. The only tech assessment platform that goes beyond code. (
  • Yammer. “Connect with people across your organization to make better decisions, faster.” (
  • ZenHub. “Agile Project Management for GitHub.” (
  • ZenTao. “A is project management tool for agile teams to track bugs, tasks, etc.” (

Time Tracking

  • Apploye. Apploye is a simple time tracking, employee monitoring and scheduling software. It helps to get a clear view of your time, what your employees are up to, and where your productive time is used. (
  • DueFocus. “A comprehensive time tracking software that fully analyzes your workflow and how you are focused on work in real-time.” (
  • Clockspot. “Track employee time from anywhere.” (
  • Clockify.  “Clockify is the only truly free time tracking software. It’s a simple time tracker and timesheet app that lets you and your team track work hours across projects. Unlimited users, free forever.” (
  • ezClocker. “An easy to use and affordable time tracking and scheduling software built for small businesses.” (
  • Harvest. “Time tracking and reporting that let you operate with insight.” (
  • OfficeClip. “A free time tracking software for small businesses and freelancers. It also includes Project and Task Management.” (
  • Pendulums. “A free time tracking tool which helps you to manage your time in a better manner with an easy to use interface and useful statistics.” (
  • Replicon. “A free time tracking software provides an all-in-one solution for project time tracking, time and attendance and professional services automation.” (
  • RescueTime. “Helps you understand your daily habits so you can focus and be more productive.” (
  • SlimTimer. Create tasks and time how long you spend on them. (
  • Time Doctor. “Employee time-tracking software that helps you and your team get a lot more done each day.” (
  • TimeCamp. Good for both teams and freelancers. Automatic time tracking software that helps you to fill your timesheets in a few clicks, to track the employee attendance. (
  • Timeero. “Timeero is an employee management tool that lets you track time, mileage, and location all in one place.” (
  • TimeTrack. TimeTrack is a time tracking software that helps companies keep track of their working hours, manage their teams, and stay ahead of projects. (
  • TMetric. “A simple and accurate time and productivity tracker.” (
  • Toggl. “Simple time tracking. Powerful reporting.” (
  • Trackingtime. “Set and forget time tracker, automatic timesheets.” (
  • WebWork Time Tracker. “a time tracker with screenshots that enables you to monitor your employees’ work from anywhere in the world. See the time spent on actual work and get detailed reports for each employee.” (

Time Zones

Virtual Assistants

  • IndianVA. Provides all the services under one roof.  Browse through our list of virtual assistants and select your assistant based on your requirements. (
  • Time etc. “Gives you a U.S-based Virtual Assistant who’ll take care of your to-do list for a fraction of the cost of a full-time executive assistant.” (
  • 20four7VA. “Save up to 77% on staffing costs with our customizable and scalable solution to hiring virtual staff.” (
  • VirtualEmployee. “From simple tasks like updating your database to complex ones like VBA Coding, our VAs [Virtual Assistants] can cover every task.” (
  • “One of the top virtual assistant providers for entrepreneurs. Featured in many sites such as Hubspot, etc, It will be an honor to be in this list.” (
  • Zirtual. “Virtual assistants for entrepreneurs, professionals, and small teams.” (

Workflow and Process Automation

  • Asana. “Create a better workflow for your team.” (
  • Cloobot. “Increase revenue and save cost through automation.” (
  • Dojo. “A Progressive Framework for Modern Web Apps.” (
  • EDocGen. “Document automation platform that reduces your document creation efforts by >90% and errors to near zero. DIY platform for business users to generate documents from several datasources, utilizing existing templates.” (
  • FloWave. “A workflow tool and business process automation workflow management software to automate your workflow process.” (
  • FoodDocs. “A food safety management system that enables AI-powered, 15-minute setup compliance to all businesses in the food chain. Save thousands of hours ensuring proper compliance by automating paperwork.” (
  • frevvo. “Digitize business forms and automate day-to-day business processes using intuitive low-code development platform to accelerate productivity and enhance efficiency of the business” (
  • Glass. “Manage all your scheduling, data, content, workflow, communications, and publishing from a single platform.” (
  • KiSSFLOW. “A workflow tool and business process workflow management software to automate your workflow process.” (
  • iAuditor by SafetyCulture. “An environmental, health, safety, and quality inspection and corrective/preventive action solution anyone can learn in minutes so you can manage your team from wherever you are.” (
  • Integrify. “Improve productivity, efficiency, and customer experience with workflow automation.” (
  • Nifty. “An all in one collaboration tool that helps teams excel by keeping milestones, tasks, docs, and files on track and in one central location.” (
  • Nintex. “Compete more effectively in today’s digital world with workflows and automated document generation. Use real-time workflow analytics for operational visibility and improve business results.” (
  • Pabbly Connect. “Pabbly Connect is the only platform that automates all your workflows without any restrictions on calls and premium app integration.” (
  • Picktime. “Smarter way of scheduling Appointments, Meetings, Classes, Interviews and Reservation.” (
  • Pipefy. “We help teams to create and run efficient processes in our fast, intuitive and powerful platform.” (
  • PlanITpoker. “Pure & Simple Planning. Make Estimating Agile Projects Accurate & Fun.” (
  • Pleexy. “A workflow automation tool that syncs your task manager with your email, note-taking, project management, and collaboration apps.” (
  • ProcessMaker. “An intuitive, drag-and-drop interface makes it easy for business analysts to model approval-based workflows.” (
  • Roby. “Refreshingly simple alternative to complex ticketing systems. Turn any request into a trackable ticket without leaving Slack or Microsoft Teams.” (
  • Skore. “A cross-team knowledge platform that ties into your workflow and boosts results fast.” (
  • Sprintbase. “Helps remote teams confidently apply design thinking, embed innovation skills, and get results.” (
  • 10to8. “More than just scheduling software. 10to8 is for businesses that want a powerful tool to coordinate with external clients and internal teams.” (
  • Tweek. “Minimal Shared To-Do Calendar. This simple to-do list gives you, your family or your team a weekly view of tasks.” (
  • Viadest. “Social Intranet to easily work together, share news, documents, thoughts and find “head knowledge”.” (
  • WebProof. “Workflow software & proofing tools. You upload and share – your clients comment and approve. Its easy to save time.” (
  • Workstatus. “a workforce management software that ensures complete productivity, streamlined processes and flawless results. (
  • Zapier. “Connect your apps and automate workflows.” (
  • Zoho Creator. “Design custom workflows that streamline communication and automate routine tasks to efficiently manage your daily work.” (



  • Blueboard. “Experiential employee rewards for the modern workplace.” (
  • Bonusly. “The easiest way to recognize and reward employees.” (
  • BRAVO. A multi-functional employee incentive and recognition, simple-to-use platform. Employees and managers can recognize one another, redeem awards, gain access to unique corporate discounts, and track achievement. (
  • Cobudget. “Makes it easy for organizations and groups to allocate funds collaboratively and transparently.” (
  • EcardForest. “Online group ecards. Our goal is to enable easy group signing no matter the distance while being ecologically sustainable at the same time.” (
  • Ellacard. “Build employee appreciation and camaraderie with collaborative group ecards and videos that are fun and simple to use.” (
  • Fond. “Field recotnition and rewards programs, gain access to the best corporate discounts and measure changes in engagement over time.” (
  • Gifted. “Automated gifting solution.” (
  • GreetPool. “Collaborative Group Greeting Cards to send appreciation and best wishes together as a team.” (
  • Group Card. “Our Free Group cards provide a simple way for the whole team to sign the card without distracting notifications.” (
  • GroupGreeting. “Create group eCards in sixty seconds, add photos, and invite others to sign. Then watch as you make someone’s day!” (
  • HeyTaco! “HeyTaco! sparks conversations and builds stronger relationships with its fun and unique kindness currency … tacos!” (
  • Kazoo. “Real-time, meaningful recognition. Personalized, powerful rewards. Insights and analytics.” (
  • Kudoboard. “Celebrate someone with an online group card filled with messages, GIFs, photos, & videos!” (
  • “An easy way to share your thanks.” (
  • Kudos on LinkedIn. “LinkedIn members who are connected to each other can give kudos to each other.” (
  • Kudo Moments. “Online Group Cards for Special Life Moments Provides Individuals & Teams a platform to celebrate special life moments by sharing personalized digital group cards filled with kudos, messages, photos, GIFs and videos.” (
  • Merit Money. “360-degree peer-to-peer recognition.” (
  • Mo. “A fresh approach to employee recognition that improves employee engagement with a focus on social and peer-to-peer activity.” (
  • RecoCards. “100% free digital greeting card service that provides an easy and convenient way to create an online group card for coworker birthdays, work anniversaries, and other special occasions” (
  • Sendwishonline. Group Greetings for Friends, Family and Colleagues Create a unique virtual card to send group wishes. Easy, fast, and affordable! (
  • Thankbox. “Celebrate your employees occasions with this online group card and gift collection tool.” (
  • Tinggly. “The world’s best experiences in one gift box.” (
  • Tribute. “Makes it simple to create a group video gift that you can give on any important occasion.” (
  • VidHug. “Our purpose is to help people connect in a meaningful way over long distances and that’s why remote teams have gravitated towards us.” (
  • WishThread. “Create group greeting cards for any occasion!” (



  • Beekast. “A dynamic presentation software integrating a space for real discussions and activities, generating ideas and facilitating decision-making.” (
  • CultureMonkey. “Employee engagement platform that lets leaders listen to their employees, analyse their feedback and act on them.” (
  • Elin. “Elin finds development areas for the team and proposes action steps for the employees and managers to improve.” (
  • Empuls. “An all-in-one employee engagement and motivation platform that offers Rewards & Recognition, Pulse Surveys, eNPS surveys, 1-on-1 Feedback, Social Intranet and People Analytics in one powerful solution.” (
  • 15Five. “Makes continuous employee feedback simple to drive high performing cultures.” (
  • “All in one solution for Employee Engagement, allowing employers to take actionable feedback from customizable surveys and tools, in order to improve retention across their organization. (
  • Lessonly. “Onboarding and training a remote workforce isn’t easy. Frontline teams use Lessonly to enable reps, practice skills, and receive effective feedback so they can do better work.” (
  • Officevibe. “Equips you with honest feedback from your team to help you proactively turn issues into conversations, and conversations into solutions before problems can form.” (
  • Peoplebox. “The world’s first all-in-one engagement & performance management platform for remote & distributed teams.”  (
  • Perflo. “A better way to measure performance and increase productivity in teams.” (
  • PickFu. “Helps businesses get real feedback on their businesses from U.S. based audiences. PickFu’s audience helps provide feedback on your business ideas, product photos, marketing copy, and more.” (
  • Selleo Merit Money Service. “A 360-degree peer-to-peer feedback management responsive web application that enables employees to reward their coworkers with kudos (reward points that may convert to bonuses) as a token of appreciation for their colleagues’ efforts, performance, demeanor, and other aspects they deem worth rewarding.” (
  • Team Canvas. “The business model canvas for teamwork.” (
  • TeamMood. “Tool aiming to help managers to get a better understanding of what’s going on in their team, and to gauge the team morale on a daily basis.” (
  • Typeform. “Create an online test that engages your colleagues, pupils, or friends—get started in minutes.”
  • Videoask. A ridiculously simple way to get feedback. (


  • Agile Retrospectives for Confluence. “Run retrospective sessions in an interactive and engaging way within Confluence.” (
  • Agile Retrospectives for Jira. “Total transparency and visibility of the sessions, results in increased team accountability. Get on your way to Continuous improvement, now!” (
  • FunRetro. “Collaborate with your remote team and get better in what you do with a simple, intuitive and beautiful tool.” (
  • Fingerprint. “Helps you improve your team dynamics and create an awesome team environment. It’s the ultimate tool to reveal the hidden talents and blind spots inside yourself and your team.” (
  • goReflect. “Continuous retrospectives for everyday improvement.” (
  • Go Retro. “An agile sprint retrospective tool making the entire retro process seamless, simple, fun, colorful, productive, and unlimited.” (
  • Just3Things. “A unique SaaS platform that empowers businesses to align and focus their efforts, act quickly to change priorities and bring the right talent together to deliver results.” (
  • Metro Retro. “A real-time collaborative retrospective whiteboard, with innovative templates you can fully customise. Probably the most fun my team had in a retro.” (
  • Mindful Team. “Run health checks and Retrospectives that help your team measure, track, and take action on their productivity and morale.” See my interview with cofounders Emma Joy Obanye and Irene Francis. (
  • Neatro. “Simple retrospective tool for Agile teams.” (
  • Online Scrums. “Systemized daily Scrums & sprint Retrospectives integrated with powerful sprint and team reporting.” (
  • Parabol. A retrospective app is designed to put in-person and remote participants on equal footing. (
  • Purpose Cards. “This Toolkit facilitates reflection and important conversations by helping individuals and teams identify which values are most important to them in an intuitive and playful way.” (
  • Remoteretro. “Elevate your remote team members to first-class citizens and hold better, more productive Agile Retrospective meetings … remotely!” (
  • Retrium. “Vote on the best ideas. Prioritize your discussion. Keep your team engaged.” (See my interview with founder and CEO David Horowitz. (
  • Retromat. “Start with a random plan, change it to fit the team’s situation, print it and share the URL.” (
  • Retro Rabbit. “One of the only tools that solves ALL the common retrospective issues, unlocking the ability for your team to reach its true potential.” (
  • Retro Tool. Remote Retrospectives. (
  • Retrospectives Wiki. A resource for sharing retrospective plans, tips & tricks, tools and ideas to help us get the most out of our retrospectives. (
  • “An online retrospective tool for remote teams. Express how you feel. Add feedback with scores, emoji or text. Analyse trends and track moods.” (
  • Scatterspoke. “Retrospectives with the tools you need to improve beyond the last two weeks.” See my interview with cofounder Colleen Johnson. (
  • Sprint Boards. “Create an online retrospective board in seconds and start collaborating with your team, no matter where they are.” (
  • Sociomapping. Sociomapping tool instantly visualizes the intensity and quality of team-members’ interaction. It provides insights into collaboration effectiveness on team and individual level.  (
  • TeamRetro. “Safe, simple, engaging and action focussed retrospectives with customisable templates.” (
  • Teamworki. “A free tool that helps teams build alignment and improve employee morale through feedback surveys, retrospectives, and one-on-one meetings. The dashboard uses sentiment analysis to measure team health and identify trends based on employee feedback. It’s fully integrated with Slack and Microsoft Teams.” (
  • TeleRetro. “Brings the best retro experience to distributed team, it empowers honest and effective discussion to help teams discover issue that matter, make action plan and continuously improve.” (
  • Trivia. “A team that plays together, bonds better! With Trivia’s suite of interactive quizzes, you can bring Social & Fun back to your workspace right inside Slack. It is fun, easy to launch, and provides a quick 5-minute break to your remote team’s workday.” (



For Individuals

For Teams & Managers

On Working with Other Cultures

  • MyLifeElsewhere. “A collaborative site that allows you to compare and contrast the country you live in with other countries around the world, [offering] various statistics that differentiate your country from others, including cost of living, geographic size, and more. If you had been born in another country, what would your life have been like?” (
  • Similar to the above entry, this site notes it is a “gateway to understanding life outside your home,” and offers statistical comparisons between your country and others. You can also use their visualization tool to help understand the impact of a disaster. Each week they feature a different country. (
  • Cultural Intelligence: A Guide to Working with People from Other Cultures by Brooks Peterson. (Amazon:
  • Global Dexterity: How to Adapt Your Behavior Across Cultures without Losing Yourself in the Process by Andy Molinsky. The author’s site offers a free eBook “Cheat Sheet to 10 Cultural Codes from Around the World,” namely: Asia (China, India, Japan, Korea), Europe (France, Germany, Great Britain), and the Americas (Brazil, Mexico, USA). (
  • Kiss, Bow, or Shake Hands: The Bestselling Guide to Doing Business in More Than 60 Countries by Terri Morrison and Wayne A. Conaway. (Simon & Schuster /
  • Working Across Cultures by John Hooker. (Stanford University Press/

Further Reading/Listening/Consultation

Note: following the more general resources are those sorted by category, listed alphabetically.






  • Danielle Krage, the founder of The Remote Speaker Coach, will work with you breaking down your fears into manageable chunks of tips, rationale, techniques and practical advice that actually make you relish the opportunity to try them all out, rather than dreading your next public speaking slot. (
  • Jessie Shternshus is the founder of Improv Effect and the coauthor of CTRL Shift: 50 Games for 50 ****ing Days Like Today, a book with fifty original improv games tailored to the kind of ****ing day you’re having. She also uses improv (virtually and in person) to help software teams with onboarding, communication, and team building. Improv is a great tool for learning about and accepting each other’s uniqueness, thinking on the spot, and being self-aware. It can also help teams find similarities with each other and solve problems creatively. (
  • Judy Rees, a former journalist and media executive based in London, U.K., Judy is now known worldwide as a practical implementer of the inquiry methodology Clean Language. She is also the coauthor of the bestselling book on the topic, Clean Language: Revealing Metaphors and Opening Minds. She works as an online facilitator, trainer, and coach and is an Agile enthusiast. (
  • Virtual not Distant. “At Virtual not Distant, we help managers and leaders of colocated teams make the transition to a remote set-up, so that team members can work from where they work best. We also help organizations introduce ‘Agile working.’” (


  • Nick Jaworski shares: “My eclectic background as a trained musician, licensed teacher, military band member, nonprofit leader, and audio producer means that I offer unique expertise to help you communicate your ideas to the public.” (



  • Agile in the Ether. A remote agile meet-up bringing together people from any location to discuss all things agile, lean, people, teams and delivery. (
  • Coaching Agile Journeys. A virtual meetup community offering monthly speakers and lean coffee events around the learning journey we take as agile coaches, scrum masters, and change agents.” (
  • Digital Nomad Girls. “Digital Nomad Girls is an online community of location independent women”. (
  • Digital Nomads Meetup. “Find out what’s happening in Digital Nomads Meetup groups around the world and start meeting up with the ones near you”. (
  • Digital Nomads Portugal. “Digital Nomads Portugal is a community and social network for digital nomads, location independent freelancers and online entrepreneurs based in Portugal”. (
  • Digital Nomads – Quora. “A place to share knowledge and better understand the world” (
  • Dynamite Circle. “The Dynamite Circle is a paid membership, private community exclusively for location independent entrepreneurs with established businesses. Membership is available through application only.” (
  • FlyerTalk. FlyerTalk features discussions and chat boards that covers the most up-to-date traveler information. (
  • Freelancers Union. This free-to-join group is “open to freelancers of all kinds, from graphic designers to contractors to entrepreneurs to moonlighters.” Freelancers Union offers benefits such as health insurance, local freelance hubs in nearly twenty-five major cities, access to resources, and advocacy for policy change, such as the Freelance Isn’t Free campaign to pass city laws mandating timely payment of freelancer invoices. (
  • Global Digital Nomad Network. Join the Global Digital Nomad Network on Facebook to connect with digital nomads around the world, learn from them and meet up in the amazing destinations.(
  • Hello Remotely. “A social networking for remote working professionals where they can socialize and search for full-time remote jobs from all over the world. Employers can also use the platform to search for remote working talents.” (
  • Nomad Projects. “A platform for digital nomads who want to start a side project. Connect with other nomads so ideas don’t stay ideas, but grow into a side project with diverse expertise”. (
  • Reddit – Digital Nomad. “Reddit connects people across the world through authentic conversations, collaboration, & community”. (
  • Remote Clan. “Remote Clan is a community of 1500+ remote workers, who have done it all before, to know the best practices, tools & guides so you can build a strong remote career.” (
  • Remote-How. “A virtual coworking space full of ambitious remote professionals that will help you think bigger, work smarter, and get sh*t done.” (
  • Remote Workers. “Connecting creativity, propelling productivity.” (
  • Remotive. “The community of remote workers. Where 700+ ‘cool kids’ in remote work hang out!” (
  • Virtual Team Talk. “A Slack group of people talking about remote teams and experimenting with new tools and ideas together. We virtually cowork together in a virtual office, plan online conferences, and play a lot. Join us!” (Note: I am a proud member of this community.) (
  • We Are Async. “The first community for people who are proud advocates of asynchronous communication and all of its positive benefits, both inside and outside of work.” (
  • Werking remote community. “Connect and network with other remote workers in the Werkington work from home community.” (


  • Breather. “Breather creates modern workspaces you can keep for hours, days or months — all to yourself.” (
  • CoWorking.Coffee. “The best workplaces with coffee and Wi-Fi, curated by the community, all around the world.” (
  • Croissant. “Croissant is a platform that helps connects entrepreneurs, freelancers, and remote teams to over 700 coworking spaces worldwide with one monthly pass.” (
  • Desk Surfing. “Desksurfing is coworking—at any given place. Find your favorite workspot. And change it whenever the surf feels right. Offer a desk at your office. And share your spot with creative professionals.” (
  • FocusMate. “Distraction-free productivity. Focusmate virtual coworking helps you get things done.” (
  • Global Coworking Map. A map of coworking spaces around the world. (
  • Hoffice. “Come and work at someone’s home.” (
  • Kitchin Table. “Create a co-working space at home.” (
  • Momentify. “Find people to work next to anytime, anywhere, for free.” (
  • ShareDesk. “On-demand workspace, when you need it. Book a coworking space, business center, or shared office space nearby. Discover spaces to rent by the hour, day, or month.” (
  • Upflex. “Our global network of workspaces allows your employees to cut the commute, have a place to work between meetings or while traveling, be inspired & connect to innovation.” (
  • Workfrom. “The world’s largest recommendations community for trusted spaces [for working] remotely. Use Workfrom to find and share local places to work, meet, and study in every city. Get hard-to-find insights about coffee shops, cafés, coworking spaces, and other non-traditional workspaces.” (

HR Concerns

Freelancer Resources

  • FeeBee. “Helps business freelancers and consultants find out what their peers charged for similar projects, and guides companies on how to budget for projects in a specific skill area.” (
  • Needrr. “A freelancing platform connecting customers with freelance professionals.” (
  • PairPro. “PairPro lets interviewers evaluate problem-solving, coding, and communication skills of developers with remote real-time pair programming interviews.” (
  • Payoneer. “Payoneer empowers you to scale your business globally and domestically with payments and working capital platform designed for today’s entrepreneur.” (
  • Spectroomz. “Hire Exceptional Autistic Freelancers. Work with innovative, productive, and reliable freelancers who master their trade, and help solve the autistic unemployment gap.” (
  • Ubihrm. Make your company work like a well-oiled machine. (
  • uCheck. “Rapid Screening Trusted by over 30,000 Organisations. One tool does it all.” (
  • Xolo. “Helps freelancers and solo businesses manage the boring and stressful parts of running a business, specifically, banking, accounting, tax compliance, and admin.” (

Payroll and Insurance (Health, Disability, Life, etc) for Remote Teams

  • Benify. “Our cloud-based portal visualizes your total employee offer worldwide, illustrates your values and culture, and inspires active participation in all aspects of work life—all while helping you manage administration, costs, and risks.” (
  • Boundless. “We make it easy to grow your remote team: handle multi-country payroll, and comply with local tax and employment laws.” (
  • Lumity. “Your benefits consultant in-a-box.” (
  • New Horizons. “An integrated cloud software solution for better and easier workforce management that simplifies international working and project management.” (
  • Safety Wing. “Building a global social safety net for nomads and remote companies worldwide.
  • Rimuut. enables freelancers to work just like a corporation by giving them the ability to create tax-deductible invoices, agreements and get paid fast. (
  • Remote Health. A fully equipped health insurance for remote companies worldwide.” (
  • Shield GEO. “We’ll handle all the local requirements for payroll, tax and compliance, and leave you to do what you do best – manage your remote employees.” (
  • TriNet. “HR solutions for small and midsized businesses.” (
  • Zenefits. “Efficiently manage your HR solutions from anywhere in the world, wherever work takes you.” (

Remote Working Policies

Online Work Sites

  • Airtasker. “A trusted community platform that connects people who need to outsource tasks and find local services, with people who are looking to earn money and ready to work.” (
  • Asynchr. “First video job board for hiring with a human face”. (
  • Atlas and Boots. “Matches skilled digital nomads and expats to companies genuinely committed to remote working.” (
  • Beam HR. “Everything you need to find and hire remote engineering talents for your tech team.” (
  • Codementor. “Hire World-class Freelance Developers for Your Team.” (
  • Contact Out.  “Find anyone’s personal email & phone number. Hire talent 10x faster with the most powerful sourcing platform available.” (
  • Credo. “Find and hire the best SEO, PPC, or digital marketing providers.” (
  • CVViZ. “An Artificial Intelligence powered, cloud-based recruiting software that helps you identify RIGHT talent internally or externally.” (
  • DailyRemote. “We help people find great remote jobs.” (
  • Deskhiker. “Deskhiker is the newest website to search for remote jobs around the world.” (
  • Developers For Hire. “Based on talent resources, algorithms and the assessment questionnaires, this tool sorts through available hiring resources to help you hire the right developers in under 60 seconds.” (
  • Dynamite Jobs. “Find 100% remote + paid jobs from great companies.” (
  • Digital Nomad Jobs. “Remote Job Opportunities. Work anywhere and travel the world.” (
  • Diversify Tech. “Find a job in Tech.” (
  • EU Remote Jobs. “We manually search for the best remote jobs open to candidates within EMEA.” (
  • Fivrr. “Freelance services. On-demand.” (
  • FlexJobs. “The best remote and flexible jobs, and a better way to find them.” (
  • Freedom is everything. The 40 Fastest Growing Remote Startups That Are Hiring. (
  • Freelancer. “Hire expert freelancers for any job, online.” (
  • Freeeup. “Meet affordable virtual assistants, freelance specialists, and boutique agencies to help grow your business within 1 business day.” (
  • “Find remote work that suit you best. Connect with employers, share your online resume, and apply for remote jobs today.” (
  • GreenThumbs. “GreenThumbs is a suite of employee recruitment, assessment, and survey solutions and services that aid you to make better people-management decisions and build a stronger and high-performing workforce.” (
  • goLance. “The Absolute Safest, Most Flexible and Cost-Effective Place To Recruit, Hire, Manage and Pay Talent Globally.” (
  • Guru. “Makes it easy for quality employers and freelancers to connect, collaborate, and get work done flexibly and securely.” (
  • HiRemoter. “The first remote job platform for non-coders.” (
  • Hubstaff Talent. “Hubstaff Talent is a 100% free resource for companies looking to find remote talent across the globe. No fees, no markups, no middlemen.” (
  • IGotMyWork. “A free freelance marketplace.” (
  • Indeed. “Search millions of jobs online to find the next step in your career.” (
  • Jobspresso. “Expertly curated remote jobs in tech, marketing, customer support and more.” (
  • Jooble. “The best search engine in the job world. We will help you to find your dream job among thousands of vacancies all over the Internet.” (
  • JustRemote. “An easily filterable remote job website.” (
  • Landing Jobs. “Don’t just look for a tech job. Find the one that fits you.” (
  • Let’s Work Remotely. “The best digital nomad stories and remote opportunities for you.” (
  • Moonlighting. “The fastest way to find & hire the on-demand pros you need right now.” (
  • Outsourcely. “Hire talented remote workers and find great remote jobs.” (
  • Pangian. “Top talent working remotely. Worldwide. Find Your Dream Remote Job Here.” (
  • PeoplePerHour. “The best people, in their finest hour.” (
  • Periodix. “Artificial Intelligence finds you freelance jobs with the greatest chances to be hired.” (
  • Rat Race Rebellion. “Virtual jobs, side gigs & savings.” (
  • remote. “Connecting outstanding people with the world’s most innovative companies” (
  • remote4me. “An aggregator for remote jobs in tech and non tech.” (
  • “Hand-recruited list in the most recruited job categories.” (
  • remote circle. “We only show you jobs that are hiring in your timezone.” (
  • RemoteInEurope. “A job board for remote opportunities available in Europe.” (
  • RemoteKit. “RemoteKit is a curated collection of tools and guides to help you find (and love) your next work from home job.” (
  • Remotemax. “Remote Jobs in Development, Design, Marketing and more.” (
  • Remote OK. “Let’s you find a job you can do anywhere.” (
  • Remotely. “Work where you work best.” (
  • Remote Talent. “We are the first recruitment company who specializes in the recruitment of the best full-time remote workers around the world, who prefer to work from home … or anywhere in the world.” (
  • Remote Tech Jobs. “Remote Tech Jobs scans 10+ job boards for tech jobs. The jobs are easy to filter so that job seekers can find the ones they are actually interested in.” (
  • Remotific. “Remote Jobs for Translators, Writers, and English Teachers.” (
  • Remotise. “Remotise connects top talent with top remote companies around the world.” (
  • List of 900+ startups hiring remotely in 2019.” (google doc)
  • RemoteUK. “Find remote working jobs and connect with companies hiring remote teams in the UK.” (
  • Remote Woman. “Find the best female-friendly, full-time, remote jobs.” (
  • Remote Work Hub. “Everything you need to build a remote career.” (
  • Remote Worktree. “Our curated remote work resources aim to keep it simple, presenting what you need to start learning now and tailored for your level as an individual or manager.” (
  • Sitepoint. “A job board that promotes remote web developer opportunities. We post roughly 20 new jobs daily.”(
  • Skip the Drive. “Find remote and telecommuting jobs.” (
  • Smart. “Find quality Manufacturers, Suppliers, Exporters, Importers, Buyers, Wholesalers, Products and Trade Leads from our award-winning International Trade Site.” (
  • Smart Remote Jobs. “An online job board for remote job offers and work-from-home opportunities.” (
  • Stack Overflow. Jobs for developers. (
  • Telecommute Now.  “An informational site about telecommuting, and working at home as an employee, contractor or as a business owner.” (
  • Test Candidates. “Pre-employment tests for startups and SME’s. It’s an easy and cost-effective way for small companies to introduce talent assessments into their recruitment process.” (
  • Textbroker. “With Textbroker you get access to thousands of professional US based copywriters, bloggers & editors!” (
  • Top Startups. “
  • Truelancer. “Online Platform for Employers to Hire Professionals to get their work done and Freelancers and Professionals can Search Jobs and Earn money by working with real clients across the world.” (
  • Truly Remote. “Work remotely from anywhere. Find truly global remote jobs, not limited to just one city or country.” (
  • Upwork. “Get it done with a freelancer.” (
  • VirtualVocations. “All telecommute jobs. All in one place.” (
  • We Work Remotely. “The best place to find and list jobs that aren’t restricted by commutes or a particular geographic area.” (
  • Work-at-Home Success. “Providing free telecommuting job leads, home business tips and information, scam alerts, and more.” (
  • Work From Home Jobs.  “The best work from home and remote jobs postings from different online job boards into a single place.” (
  • Workew. “The Best Jobs to Work Remotely. Developer, Marketing, Design, Writing, Customer Support & More.”
  • Workhoppers. “Connecting businesses with the right freelance, contract, and part-time professionals. No commissions.” (
  • Working Nomads. “Remote jobs for digital working nomads.” (
  • Work Remote. “There is a lot of wrong information out there about hiring and managing remote teams at SCALE – we want to fix that.  We developed this site to write and curate content to help founders & CEOs build great, scalable remote organizations.” (
  • Xobin. Pre-hire assessment platform with validated role-based assessment and psychometric assessment for remote hiring. (


  • 21st Century Work life. “The world of work is changing. Our attitudes to work are changing. The 21st Century Work Life podcast with Pilar Orti looks at different ways of earning a living, of using technology at work, and of managing teams.” (
  • Collaboration Superpowers. “Lisette Sutherland is interviewing people and companies doing great things … remotely! These interviews are packed with stories and tips for those whose business models depend upon successfully bridging distance to accomplish knowledge work.” (
  • “The cofounder of WordPress and CEO of Automattic embarks on a journey to understand the future of work. Having built his own 900-person company with no offices and employees scattered across 68 countries, Mullenweg examines the benefits and challenges of distributed work and recruiting talented people around the globe.” (
  • The Future of Work Podcast. “A weekly show where Jacob [Morgan] has in-depth discussions with senior executives and business leaders around the world on the future of work.” (
  • Nomad + Spice. “A podcast for location independent women. Long-term digital nomads Kit Whelan + Viv Egan cover everything from sexism, money, and privilege to hobbies, accessorizing, and pop culture.” (
  • Podcast From a Distance. “…the unabridged and extended version of the book From A Distance.” (
  • The Remote Podcast. “For anyone looking to become a digital nomad and join the location independent movement. The podcast features in-depth and unfiltered one-on-one interviews with digital nomads. It gives you a behind-the-scenes look at what a location-independent lifestyle is really like.” (
  • The Remote Show.  “The Remote Show is an interview style podcast devoted to all things remote work. We discuss tips, applications, tools, management concepts and much more in order to help today’s remote worker be more productive and fulfilled in work and in life.” (
  • Remote Work Podcast. “.” (
  • Remote Works. “A bi-weekly podcast discussing the opportunity, culture, experience, and community surrounding remote work with featured discussions and interviews. Hosted by Jonathan Sharp.” (
  • Virtual Frontier. “A podcast about virtual teams created by a virtual team.” (
  • Yonder. “Yonder advocates for remote work and we’re building a movement to create more distributed companies and change the future of work.” (


  • Remote Forever Summit. “World-class experts in agile, leadership, and remote work share their best strategies and techniques to help you sharpen your agile coaching skills, become a better leader, and get equipped to improve your remote teams and distributed organizations.” (
  • Remote Future Summit. “The biggest online conference about remote work, where 50 top experts and influencers will share their best practices on how to effectively tackle the remote revolution.” (
  • Running Remote. “World’s largest remote work event.” (
  • The Remote Work Summit. “World’s largest remote work conference” (