The Best Virtual Spaces For Collaboration

If you’re working remotely, or in an arrangement that is hybrid it’s likely that your team makes use of video conferencing and online collaboration tools such as Slack. However, these 2D tools can fail in terms of fostering connection and collaboration between team members.

Collaboration spaces are essential. The best virtual spaces mimic the physical experience of an office witcher 3 wandering in the dark with working stations, meeting rooms and common areas that enable teams to quickly locate each other. After that, using gestures and live chats as they move around the space, colleagues can engage in natural communication and have random encounters similar to those that happen naturally in an office environment in real life.

Kumospace is a virtual workspace, helps reduce the need for meetings by giving users the impression that they are “working next someone”. And for those times when you do need a meeting, it offers a range of virtual spaces that can be used collaboratively to suit different purposes such as 1:1 catch-ups, sprint planning to sales demos and project presentations.

Switchboard is a different virtual collaboration tool that elevates the feeling of being in an office to a whole new level. Its collaborative virtual rooms and canvas lets teams be productive quickly, working on browser-based applications and documents. And when the session is over it saves the work of everyone so that they can continue where they left off the next time.

Other virtual spaces, like Teemyco and Gather, help to foster team spirit by allowing people to see what coworkers are up to in the virtual office. That way, it’s easy to see who is planning a big project, delivering the sales pitch or having a virtual coffee break.