How To Maximise Working From Home

Locked In? Here's How To Maximise Working From Home!


So here we are! Panic stations!

Now let’s be honest, this is not what any of us wants and especially those of us with family and friends in the high risk category!

You now have two choices.

  • Stay inside, worry, panic, stress about how to pay the bills.


  • Learn how to maximise working from home.

I’m going for the second option! 

I’ve tried to make this list with FREE platforms or at least FREE with premium options.

Conferenceing, Video calling & Screen Recording

ZOOM – Free Online Video Calling 

Host up to 100 participants

Unlimited 1 to 1 meetings

40 mins limit on group meetings

Unlimited number of meetings

Online support

Streamyard – Live stream directly to facebook, Youtube & Linkedin

StreamYard is a live streaming studio in your browser. Interview guests, share your screen, and much more. 

Loom – Free screen recording

With Loom, you can capture your screen, voice, and face and instantly share your video in less time than it would take to type an email.

Automation, Productivity & Time Management


ManyChat helps businesses do marketing, sales and support through Facebook Messenger. It helps businesses create a chatbot in in 5 minutes without coding.

ManyChat powers over 100’000 bots on Facebook Messenger and is the leader in messenger marketing space. The company makes it easy to grow Messenger audience by providing a complete set of tools to convert anyone into a subscriber.

*For help with Manychat contact us directly.

Trello – everything you need to organize projects of any size.

A Trello board is a list of lists, filled with cards, used by you and your team.

You can invite as many people to your board as you need, all for free. Drag and drop people to cards to divvy up tasks. Everyone sees the same board and the whole picture all at once.


Keep conversations organised in Slack, the smart alternative to email.

Working in channels gives everyone in your team a shared view of progress and purpose.

Pomodoro Timer 

(Lot’s of free app store versions)

a time management method that uses a timer to break down work into intervals, traditionally 25 minutes in length, separated by short breaks. Each interval is known as a pomodoro, from the Italian word for ‘tomato’.

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