How Workona can transform your team collaboration – Computerworld

Notably, that approach won’t make sense if you’re in an organization that leans heavily on traditional local programs instead of their web-based equivalents. Workona works entirely within your web browser, so if, for instance, you prefer or are required to use the locally installed versions of Microsoft’s productivity apps and all of your work is contained within that one platform, it probably wouldn’t be the right fit for you. But as long as you’re willing and able to open projects on the web at least some of the time, it could go a long way in making those projects more cohesive.

And a more cohesive-feeling, efficient work process is ultimately what Workona is all about.

Filling in the missing spaces

Workona’s chaos-taming philosophy revolves around the concept of spaces. At their simplest level, spaces are centralized work canvases for every project you’re working on, and they exist right within your browser by way of the Workona extensions on the desktop front or the companion iOS app for iPhones and iPads and the mobile website (no dedicated app yet — grumble, grumble…) for Android.

Certain services can also be connected via a direct API-level integration so that they’re accessible in your spaces regardless of whether they’re actively open in a browser tab. This manner of integration is available for Google Drive, Docs, Sheets, and Slides as well as for Slack, Asana, ClickUp, Monday, and Trello. But beyond that, so long as something can be opened in your browser — as most of Microsoft 365 services can, to provide one particularly high-profile example — it can be brought into Workona and associated with your spaces.


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