Productivity tools to help you work from anywhere.

You don’t have to be in the office to be productive. For those working remotely, here are a few productivity tools to help you work from home — or anywhere the road takes you.

Slack.

There are perks to working in the office, like the ability to easily communicate with your coworkers. With Slack, you can bring the watercooler and conference room right to your computer.

Slack is one of the most popular communication and collaboration tools and is used by major brands around the world. It’s an instant messaging platform that allows you to talk to your coworkers individually or create groups.

It also features video calling and integration with other productivity tools to make remote collaboration a breeze.

Asana.

It’s not always easy to stay on task (or remember your tasks) when working remotely. Luckily, Asana is here to help.

Asana is a project management platform that’s designed to keep your entire team on track. You can create tasks, assign them to co-workers (or yourself), leave comments, and set project statuses. It’s everything teams of any size need to manage projects on the go.

Google Drive.

When it comes to submitting and collaborating on documents, it’s hard to beat Google Drive. This productivity tool lets you share folders, documents, spreadsheets, and presentations with your entire team and collaborate in real time. Best of all, it’s free with a Google account.

Adobe Acrobat.

Google Documents and Microsoft Word might be great for creating documents, but they’re not always great for sharing. When you absolutely need to maintain formatting — like sending a proposal to the big client — Adobe Acrobat can help.

Acrobat DC is a downloadable software that brings all the PDF productivity tools you could ever need right to your computer. You can also use Acrobat online services to convert documents and to fill, sign, and edit PDFs online right from your web browser.

Discover what more you can do with Acrobat DC productivity tools to help with your remote work.