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Parent page: Technological Innovations

It’s funny how collaboration apps have moved from being techie tools to becoming the lifeline of businesses- thanks to the Coronavirus pandemic. From video calls to screen sharing, these tools have got you covered.

In this post, we explore the top three collaboration tools in the market right now.

Office 365

Office 365 might not be the first app that comes to mind when thinking about collaboration, but it is one of the most important. To begin with, Office 365 is a familiar software that everyone uses at one point in their workday. You might need to create a report, an excel file, or something else. That’s why it takes the #1 spot on this list.

The best part?

Office 365 makes it possible to use Microsoft products in Mac, Android, and iOS. Not only that, but it will also back up everything you do in very short intervals. Anybody who has ever lost a document, or a considerable part of it, knows how vital auto-saving can be.


Slack is a popular collaboration tool that allows users to exchange files, messages, and videos. This tool is often used by programmers who need to work on projects together. But that has changed. Businesses in all niches are now using this platform to manage tasks.


Asana might not be as popular as other collaboration tools in its class, but it has been around since 2008. Generally, this app will let an employer create a to-do list. The employee will see these tasks on their end then deliver completed files. It is also possible to send requests to other team members.

The bottom line?

Choosing a collaboration tool should be easy. Compare the features, reviews, and also keep your team size in mind. Luckily, most of them are really cheap, so that won’t be a problem.