How Hugo Makes Remote Meetings More Meaningful With Trello
The Trello board that *works* for remote work.
Successful remote teams are a special bunch. They’re often a crew of dedicated and adaptive individuals who will jump at any chance to talk your ear off about their productivity hacks or the local coffee shops that have the best wifi (and cold brew).
However, remote teams typically face challenges that in-person teams breeze by such as fluid and unstructured communication.
For example, teams that work side-by-side in an office can swivel around their chair to ask a question about the latest marketing campaign or product release. Remote teams need to be more intentional about their communication since each person is working on their own virtual island.