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Slack

Are you looking for a cool app that will let you keep in touch with your friends, group members, or teammates when meeting face to face is just not an option? Now you can do so using real-time messaging, group and one-on-one conversation, file sharing, and more! Slack brings all your communication to one place, making it simple and easy to stay in touch!

Ringya

Do you ever need to get in touch with an entire group of people, but find yourself accidentally leaving someone out? Ringya will help you turn class lists, work contacts, or sports teams rosters into organized groups, where you can instantly send a message to every single person in that group! Keep track of who is on your soccer team or in your chemistry class using Ringya's categorization tools.

Padlet

Padlet is a digital canvas to create beautiful projects that are easy to share and collaborate on. You are given an empty page to create whatever you’d like! Whether it is a to-do, a discussion board with group members, a Venn diagram, or even a business portfolio — Padlet makes it all possible! Drag in a video, record an interview, snap a selfie, write your own text posts, or upload some documents, all while making it as creative as you’d like!

Google Docs

Google Docs allows a group to write a paper together. You can see what each person is writing and even work on the paper at the same time as another group member.

Google Slides

Create a group presentation with Google Slides. Each person can work on a PowerPoint, make comments, and have access to it.

Google Sheets

Google Sheets is great for groups that are required to create tables and input data into a spreadsheet format. This could be particularly useful for a math, business, or science course. Google Sheets is similar to Microsoft Excel; however, with Google Sheets, you can see who is inputting what information, and all group members are able to work on the document at the same time.

Google Calendar

Do you ever forget about meetings you have scheduled, or have trouble scheduling meetings or appointments? Google Calendar is the perfect solution, free and easy to use. It is another great app through Google Drive that will help you get organized. You can input times when you have meetings so you will not forget them or be overbooked.

Last Updated 3/21/19

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