Tips to Collaborate Remote and On-Site

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Collaborating While Working From Home Using Technology

It’s critical to get the most out of online meetings today given frequent distractions, meeting fatigue, and multi-tasking.

  • By treating meetings as a series of connections and considering what happens before, during, and after a meeting, the conversation becomes more effective.
  • Before the meeting, keep the preparation for content, context, and conversation in one place with persistent conversation and shared files.
  • During the meeting, help focus attention, drive engagement, and foster inclusion using background blur, Microsoft Whiteboard, digital hand raising, and live captions.
  • After the meeting, store and share relevant assets including the recording, chat, meeting notes, and transcript in a persistent conversation.

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