Millions of employees are working remotely owing to the pandemic. This remote work intertwines work and life entirely and blurs the lines of work-life balance. As the commute to work is eliminated, people started working sooner in the day. They are also less likely to stop working at a specific time since they do not have to worry about traffic or think about when they will arrive home to their family.

While more work hours may seem beneficial, excessive hours dedicated to remote work without proper work-life balance can lead to burnout. …

Whether you are working from home or office, you know how important it is to communicate with your co-workers. The communication app that you use should be robust enough to support the entire team irrespective of its size and geographic location.

In this blog we will share with you some of the shortcomings of the commonly used communication apps and how we designed Clariti to overcome them.

1. Time consuming search

Though applications like Teams and Slack bring all communications like group chat, audio and video calling in one place, the related communications are not connected. Which means your conversations remain disconnected even though…

prepare for second wave of covid
prepare for second wave of covid

As businesses around the world continue to grapple with the effects of the first wave of COVID-19, a second wave appears to be just around the corner. When the first wave struck, most of them were caught off guard and they did not have the requisite tools for effective collaboration. Companies that were forced to adopt a remote work model are taking stock of the situation and are making adjustments to their strategies.

Following the steps listed below will help you not just survive but thrive in the second Covid wave

1. Unified app

All your communication should in a single system. When…

The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the adoption of Cloud technologies for most digital work. Armed with a browser and an internet connection anyone can access their apps and data no matter where they are located. While this has empowered many to be more productive and strive for a good work-life balance, it has also complicated life in other ways.

Windows on Personal Computers

Microsoft Windows democratized the adoption of personal computers around the world. Prior to Windows, computers were hard to use. The Windows Graphical User Interface made it possible to use the computer without any training. Most people installed…

We all will agree that ‘findability’ is an important aspect of our digital work. Anybody should be able to find anything (files, emails, spreadsheets, ppts etc) in just a few seconds. Wasting time in searching for information will have an adverse impact on company’s productivity. Most of the time, we do not pay much attention to the digital folders that can help us to find and locate any content.

First, let’s understand why do we need folders

  • To organize files based on project, task or topic.
  • To quickly find any information that you want
  • To avoid wasting time in searching
  • To prevent the risk of using wrong files

You will understand the pain of a disorganized system only when you’ve been in an embarrassing position of not being able to find a file when the customer calls or when requested by your CPA on the last day of your income tax filing. If you were able to group all your interactions based on customer name, task or project, your life would have been a lot easier. McKinsey reported that employees spend 1.8 hours every day — 9.3 hours per week, on average — searching and gathering information. …

Due to the pandemic and consequent growth of remote work, there is a widespread use of communication apps. Slack and Microsoft Teams dominate this category. These apps include features to chat, video conference and share files with other team members, no matter where they are located.

What started out as a convenience, however now has become an irritant. These apps constantly force you to pay attention to the chatter going on in their channels, even though many of the communications are of little importance to you. …

For several decades, companies have relied on emails for effective communication between teams. However, the advent of internal team messaging apps has completely transformed team communications. Today, several big and small companies are seen using messaging apps like Microsoft Teams, Slack, HipChat, and Clariti to cut down the lengthy email paragraphs and improve engagement across the team.

Why Should Your Company Use a Team Messaging App?

Team collaboration and communication are the foundation of a successful work environment. As per a report by McKinsey, workplace communication apps have the potential to increase employee productivity by 25%. …

In the growing popularization of remote jobs, having good communication software is of the most significant importance. Most of us have been pushed to get used to Zoom calls and the ability to chat with other colleagues within an organization. Businesses still need to run smoothly and quickly navigate how communication will work for the company. Finding the right app that fits the needs of your business is of absolute importance.

When choosing an app that works best, it’s essential to pay attention to a couple of crucial features that will allow using the app much more intuitive and easy…

Choosing a team chat app for your organization is one of the most important decisions you can make. Not only does it influence collaboration and communication but also directly impacts business productivity. For that reason, you need to take care of all the vital factors to be sure that you are choosing the right team chat app.

A tool such as Clariti is well-designed and can be customized to meet your organization’s specific needs. It gives you access to a wide range of features, including email, to-do, call, chat, and documents. All you have to do is assess your organization…


Clariti is a business productivity web app that brings your emails, chats, call, to-dos, & shared documents… in one app.

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