Rolodex and Filofax disappeared not long ago, but we still don’t have all the tools that make it easier to coordinate people and time.
I use calendar Make reservations for various 1-on-1 discussions. I set it up to access certain windows in the calendar. Then, I just send the link (for example, to a 15-minute zoom call), and other people can choose any time that suits them. complete. There is no back and forth.
I use Flow field Have a conversation with one or two people, and these conversations can be recorded or broadcast live on social media. This is a great alternative to real-time Zoom meetings, in which you ask the entire team to watch the conversation as it happens. By sending them the recording, they can watch it at their convenience, or even speed it up or watch it again.
I found Graffiti When you try to organize five to ten people to participate in a coordinated real-time meeting or call, you can save a lot of time. Not an endless loop of guessing, but a simple grid where people vote for viable methods. It is still not seamless, but it works.
Shared workspaces such as Google Drive and Sober This is a huge improvement compared to sending documents back and forth. There is really no comparison.
with Zapier It is the next level when information is regularly transferred from one digital island to another. It takes a few minutes to set up, but then you can save a lot of time so you can get back to what you really want to do.
do not forget Discourse, When you and a team are ready to seriously develop ideas and discussions in a scalable way.
The power of cooperation, connection, and synchronization is becoming more and more important every day. We do better together.