Remote work may be the dream of many, but the reality is that it is not a way of proceeding and organizing our routine that we are accustomed to. Working from home, in pajamas and without having to take public transportation an hour in advance, although it may seem ideal and far from any mishap, it must be subject to some considerations.
At doos studio we know remote work perfectly, we delve into it every day and we have a lot to say about it. Do we like it? Of course, it took us time to get it right? It still takes us time as there is always something new to learn. For everything we know and everything we plan to learn about along the way that this possibility of working from home presents us, we opened a section on the blog dedicated to this issue. From tips and tools that we found useful to more general questions that we believe can help you find your ideal way of working remotely. Our main idea is not to lecture or establish laws, but to make our experience available to those who need some ideas.
On this occasion we will talk about the importance of organization . When working from home, especially if what is carried out is a freelance task, it is important to keep in mind that tasks should be carried out in a way that helps us optimize our time and reduce the possibility of making mistakes. Having a detailed and dynamic agenda with all our pending tasks is a great way to know what we should do, when and even how much time in our routine it will take.
Trello is one of the best supports in terms of organization. This virtual agenda allows us to divide our pending tasks in a very simple but at the same time detailed way, including everything from reminders to divisions according to the status of each of the tasks. A very convenient format to access it is the application: simple and with a pleasant presentation makes the habit of reviewing it every day not something tedious or confusing. If you prefer the computer for these issues, you can access their website and log in from there. Trello is a tool that can not only help establish order in a seemingly endless to-do list, but also allows you to share this organization among several people on the same team, making it ideal for remote work groups and their to-dos. shared.
And you, do you have a particular way of organizing your work?