You’re likely using Slack or other video tools for conferencing when you work remotely. However, these 2D tools aren’t always effective in fostering connections and collaboration between team members.

This is why collaboration spaces that are virtual are essential. The most effective virtual spaces replicate the physical feel of an office by providing meeting rooms, workstations, and common areas that enable teams to easily find one another. By using simple nudges and live chats while they move around the space, team members are able to engage in conversation and have random encounters similar to those that happen naturally in a real-world office environment.

Kumospace is a prime example of virtual workspace that helps reduce meetings, by giving people the feeling that they’re “working with someone else”. For those occasions when you do need a meeting Kumospace provides a range of virtual rooms that are collaborative that can be used for various purposes from 1:1 catch-ups to sprint planning to sales demos, and project presentations.

Switchboard is a tool for virtual collaboration that takes the feeling of working in a office to a new level. With its collaborative virtual rooms and canvases, it lets teams to get productive quickly by working in tandem on documents and web-based applications. After the session is over, all work is saved so that everyone is able to continue where they began.

Other virtual spaces such as Teemyco and Gather help foster team cultures by allowing employees to see what others are doing in the virtual office. This makes it easy to track who is planning an ambitious project, giving an online sales presentation or taking a virtual coffee break.

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