Our Favourite FREE Digital Tools for Business

by | Jul 11, 2020 | Blog, COVID-19 | 0 comments

With COVID-19 and social distancing, almost every business has been forced to move online so we thought we would put together a list of our favourite FREE digital tools.

1.     Zoom – for online meetings

When COVID-19 hit out entire office moved to working at home, this meant all of our team meetings, coaching sessions and external meetings all had to happen online. We found Zoom to be the best tool for this by far, the FREE version works exceptionally well, you get up to 40 mins per meeting, and if you need longer you can just restart the meeting. This has apps for all devices, go check it out at Zoom

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2.    Canva – for Graphic Design

If you use Facebook for business and have trouble finding the right photos or designing event posters than you HAVE to use Canva. It’s very easy to use, has thousands of predesigned templates, you can easily design with Khmer font, import logos and photos. If you can’t afford a graphic designer for your business then Canva is a must have. Go to Canva to find out more.

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3.     Todoist – for time management

This one is a great tool if you have trouble with time management or remembering all your to do lists, it has apps for both computers and phones and syncs across all your devices. You can sort your tasks by project, assign due dates and set priority tasks. It is super easy to use and completely free, a great tool for busy entrepreneurs. Find out more at Todoist.




4.     Google Drive – for online storage

A great tool for business owners to keep all their documents in one place, you can easily share documents with team members and edit online. The best thing about google drive is that everything is saved in the cloud which means you will never have to worry about losing your important documents. Find out more at Google Drive

5.     Slack – for online messaging

Our favourite FREE online communication tool is Slack, once again it has apps for all devices, you get notifications, can choose different channels, can start groups easy and upload documents and if you can even schedule snoozing so you don’t get work messages late at night. It’s simple, organized and FREE. Go to Slack to find out more.

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