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on February 9, 2020 at 5:25:12 pm
 

     For a team of people to effectively collaborate on a project while balancing work, school, and other life obligations(family, relationships, hobbies, whatever), its beneficial to implement tools to facilitate collaboration to enable a group to effectively communicate, collaborate, hold each other accountable, and document the entire process. For our team, we have chosen to evaluate a couple of products to simulate project collaboration through a couple of different common experiences found in the work environment. Before we get into the products we investigated, we first have to define  common work experiences, so a tool can be a stop gap for that. The common work experiences we defined are:

  • Group and personal Instant Messaging
  • Issue/Task Tracking
  • Remote Meetings
  • Document Collaboration & File Sharing

For each product we investigated, we will go over why we chose it, what we liked about it, what we didn't like about it, and alternative options for the product we chose. These are the following products we evaluated:

  • Slack
  • Trello
  • Google Hangouts
  • Google Drive/Google Docs

 

     When collaborating on a project remotely, its important to have a platform for centralized communication for the team. While researching products to fill that need, we defined a set of requirements that this tool should fulfill. We chose

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