One of the many advantages of running a startup means working from home or with a team around the globe. But with that advantage comes many disadvantages: figuring out a robust project management tool that isn’t overwhelming yet still useful, delivering assets for the entire team to use in a fast cloud network, or simply collaborating in a team environment all at once quickly. Skype calls and video conferencing tools help bridge teams together for discussion, but are they the most effective for online working with a remote team?
Sqwiggle is remote working, made awesome. The web and desktop app provides a playground for video collaboration and a stream to share assets, code, or general discussion in real-time. The “always on” video workroom gives remote teams the ability to communicate at any without the crazy background noise and high bandwidth usage of classic video conferencing apps. When you want to speak with someone, just click and start talking – it’s as simple as tapping a colleague on the shoulder and saying ‘hey’.
Starting a startup can mean working with team members in their own remote settings making it feel disconnected. Sqwiggle provides that access to water cooler discussions with productivity in mind where people can work through a virtual office space yet still communicate all day long. Sqwiggle is free to try for 14 days and after that the better collaboration tool runs at $9 per user, per month.