5 ways you can use Teamflow to feel more connected to your team5 ways you can use Teamflow to feel more connected to your team

There are countless benefits to working remotely. But you know what remote work can also be? Lonely. Bumping into a coworker in a hallway, spontaneously brainstorming your next project idea, meeting colleagues for lunch—all the social interactions that bring life into a workday at the office don’t happen as naturally when working remotely. Here are some of our favorite ways remote teams use Teamflow to feel more connected, work more productively, and make remote work much more fun.

Announcing Teamflow's Series AAnnouncing Teamflow's Series A

‍We’re excited to announce Teamflow’s $11M Series A led by Neeraj Agrawal at Battery Ventures. We will use the funds to grow the team and keep building the future of remote work.

Announcing Teamflow: Feel like a team again with your own virtual officeAnnouncing Teamflow: Feel like a team again with your own virtual office

Remote work is the most underrated generational shift in the world. It saves everyone one hour per day in commute. It creates the biggest labor market in the world — a city in the cloud with hundreds of millions of people. It unlocks opportunity for everyone, regardless of where they live. It gives people more flexibility in working hours. The list goes on and on. Remote work would be an unqualified panacea, if it wasn’t for one downside: it makes it harder to work together.

Announcing Teamflow: Feel like a team again with your own virtual office

Remote work is the most underrated generational shift in the world. It saves everyone one hour per day in commute. It creates the biggest labor market in the world — a city in the cloud with hundreds of millions of people. It unlocks opportunity for everyone, regardless of where they live. It gives people more flexibility in working hours. The list goes on and on. Remote work would be an unqualified panacea, if it wasn’t for one downside: it makes it harder to work together.

Announcing Teamflow's Series A

‍We’re excited to announce Teamflow’s $11M Series A led by Neeraj Agrawal at Battery Ventures. We will use the funds to grow the team and keep building the future of remote work.