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Exploring Great Ways to Connect - Exploring Patterns

Exploring Great Ways to Connect

I am always on the search to test out new ways to collaborate online and update my current list of favorite collaboration tools.  Here are some latest finds that you may find interesting.

Voxeet

One of the tools I look forward to testing in the coming weeks is Voxeet.  You can find it online at http://www.voxeet.com/ .  This is a great tool for dialogue connecting with people from all around the world.

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One of my favorite tools for making notes, sharing ideas, building project etc is Mindjet 2016.  You can find it online at http://mindjet.com.  It allows you to build process maps, concept maps, great mindmaps and project plans.  You can try out the trial version.  It is well worth the purchase.

Slack.com

This is a great tool for team collaboration.  If you are working on a complex project, sitting on a Board of Directors or just wanting a tool to support working with your “inner circle of friends” give this tool a try.  The free version is extremely powerful and helpful.  To learn more about slack, visit http://slack.com

Appear IN

I first learned about this collaboration tool from Dotto Tech.  This website is super simple to use for connecting with up to eight people at a time.  The nice part is all you have to do is sent the other people a link.  With one click, they are in the room ready for a great conversation.  Great tool to support coaching and mentoring work.   Learn more at https://appear.in

 

Collaboration online is a great opportunity to meet new people, create new ideas or building new opportunities to make a difference.  I’ll continue to keep you posted as I update and refine my work with online collaboration tools.

 

Jerry

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