How to Choose the Right Remote Work Tools


Remote work is a great way to increase productivity and reduce overhead office costs. However, choosing the right remote work tools and apps can be daunting.

In this article, I'll cover four factors you must consider when choosing the right remote work tools and a recent discovery of a cost and time-saving remote work software that I'm sure will benefit you and your team.

Project Management Software 

It's safe to say that project management software has made huge strides in the last decade. With project management software, your team members can stay organized and productive. You can even keep track of their progress through a transparent and centralized project tracker.

There are several different project management software options today, but some stand out as the best overall; what should you look for in a good project management software? Here are four factors. 

1. User-friendly interface

Project management software should be easy to use and navigate. A user-friendly interface helps speed up, streamline your workflow, and make your team more efficient. The tool should also be user-friendly so new hires can jump in and start working without struggling. Finally, it should also offer an extensive library of tools that will be useful when managing your projects.

2. Integrate with your current business process

Project management software should integrate into your existing business processes to leverage the system's functionality. For example, if your current workflow involves sending emails to clients or making calls to vendors, then your chosen project management software should have an integration for those types of actions. Choosing software that integrates easily into your system guarantees you save time and money while keeping your team focused on completing tasks instead of learning a new process.

3. Integration with third-party services (i.e., Dropbox, Evernote, Slack, Skype, Zoom, etc.)

If you've been managing remote workers for some time, you will likely use various third-party services. 

For example, you might use Dropbox for file storage, Evernote for taking notes during meetings, Skype for video conferencing, and Zoom for audio conferences. To keep your workflow moving forward, you need to ensure that your project management software is integrated with your services so that your team doesn't spend their time coordinating with different platforms. One example would be Slack integrations that allow for direct communication with other Slack users.

4. Mobile-friendly (i.e., can be accessed on mobile devices)

If you're a busy manager, you spend most of your days on the go. If that's the case, you want to be able to access your project management software wherever you may be, whether it's from your computer, tablet, or phone. This way, you don't have to carry your laptop with you everywhere, and you won't miss out on important updates from your team.

The Cost of Remote Work 

Remote work is cheaper than operating an office, but it's still expensive. If you are new to remote work, keep an eye on the costs because they can get very high when combined.

It's a good idea to look for all-in-one remote work software. You'll save time and money because you won't need to install and sync software on different platforms.

A typical remote team setup uses project management software like Trello, ClickUp, Asana, Taskade, or Monday.

Next, the people who work on the project will also need chat software like Slack or Zoom.

Video calling apps like Zoom and Skype will let you see friends and family online regardless of their phone or tablet operating system.

Besides the money spent on these subscriptions for various services, remote workers also waste time switching between them to accomplish a task.

Get an ALL-IN-ONE remote work tool.

If you're new to remote work management or thinking about saving money and time and migrating your remote work team to an all-in-one software, let me introduce EDWORKING.

Edworking is a remote work program that allows you to organize projects, give tasks to team members, manage projects through milestones, check the status of each project on a single page, arrange weekly meetings, invite guests to remote sessions, and much more. Edworking is a browser-based software you can use on Windows or Mac platforms and download via iOS or Android.

Task Management

Edworking uses a Kanban-style task management system to organize, track and complete projects for your remote teams. You can add unlimited users to your project, assign tasks, check their progress, and manage all the tasks in one place. Each user also has a detailed dashboard that gives you all the details of the assigned tasks and other activities.


Remote work is founded on communication; Edworking's chat and video call features make communicating with your team members easy. Create private channels to communicate with individuals and groups within your organization. You can easily send messages to team members through the messaging system. It is also possible to broadcast messages, so everyone knows something is happening.

File Sharing

Edworking has unlimited cloud space that can store any number of files and folders. Files and folders are shared between team members through a central storage location. This enables you to share documents and files and have them appear as a separate folder in each user's workspace. This gives you a very organized view of the content. It also allows you to see what needs to be done next quickly.


Edworking also features a whiteboard called "Workspace." You can use the workspace to collaborate on projects, brainstorm ideas, and capture progress. You can draw freehand on it or import images. The workspace supports all popular image formats, including JPEG, PNG, GIF, and BMP. Each time you open it, the workspace automatically saves information. What's best is that you can turn this collaboration into a well-formatted blog. 


Edworking features stories similar to what you find on social media. Your team can share updates on the progress of their task. You can also react to those updates and leave a comment. 

Available on Android and iOS

Don't worry if you're on the go because Edworking has a native app for Android and iOS. That means you can access your work on the go from your smartphone. You can also add notes and files to your projects like you would with a text editor.

How much does Edworking cost?

Edworking for free to try forever. However, you can unlock unlimited tasks, unlimited chat and video calls, and unlimited storage space for just $12.00 per user per month. With everything unlimited, you can add as many users to your team as possible without worrying about the cost of a subscription getting out of control.

If you want to try Edworking, visit their website and register for an account. 


If you're looking for a tool that allows you to collaborate with others, whether they are coworkers or clients, Edworking is a great tool. This app is designed for team collaboration, making it easy for you to start immediately. Plus, Edworking comes with a trial version, so you can test drive the app before you pay for it.



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