Collaboration and Productivity Applications3,115
Zoom One brings together team chat, phone, whiteboard, meetings, and more in one offering. Purpose-built to work together, Zoom One provides an intuitive user experience, simplifies management, and delivers the communications flexibility that powers the modern workforce. -- Zoom Meetings –– Zoom Team Chat -- Zoom Phone -- Zoom Whiteboard
Slack is your single workspace that connects you with the people and tools you work with everyday, no matter where you are or what you do. With Slack you get real-time messaging through calls and chat, a searchable record of all your files and conversations, and integrations with a growing number of handy bots and apps. Now everyone can finally be on the same page and get their work done. Slack: It’s where work happens.
Microsoft Teams is a chat-based workspace in Office 365. It brings together people, conversations and content along with the tools that teams need so they can easily collaborate to achieve more.
Google Sheets is a Google's online spreadsheet service. With Google Sheets, users can create spreadsheets in their browser, with no installed software needed. They can handle everything: budgets, schedules, and other pre-made spreadsheets, with all essential features, like built-in formulas, pivot tables, and conditional formatting. The most powerful feature of this service is users' collaboration. Instead of emailing populated spreadsheets, this Google's product lets users share the same file, and edit it simultaneously, with real-time commenting. Members of the team can also track the file version's history, all of that without the need for saving more separate files. Offline editing, the feature that was previously available for Docs and Slides, is possible for Google Sheets too. The Google Sheets platform is free, with the Apps for Work subscription option, which gives access to Google’s full productivity suite including Docs, Slides, and more.
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