Here is a list of tools we discovered during CIRCollaborative Tools project and that Circus community can use in their work:

Trello – A free, flexible and visual way to organise ‘everything with anyone’. No longer need post-it and mail conversations to plan the work you do in teams.

Slack – Chatrooms organized by topic, as well as private groups and direct messaging. All content inside Slack is searchable, including files, conversations, and people.

WordPress – Free open source software you can use to create a website, blog, or app.

Appear In – A video collaboration tool that lets you have video conversations effortlessly with up to 8 people simultaneously through a url without having to register.

Inbox – Simplifies your online communication with one login in one system to secure email communication, organize conversations, and fine-tune archive searches.

PearltreesA visual and collaborative curation tool that allows users to organize, explore and share any URL they find online as well as to upload personal photos, files and notes.

Skedda – System for managing the reservations for your rooms, courts, studios, desks, etc.

AWW – A Web Whiteboard is a online whiteboard app that makes drawing, collaboration and sharing easy.

Mindmeister – Online mind-mapping application to visualize, share and present thoughts. Also tool for real-time collaboration, task management and presentations.

Timemapper – An open-source project to create and integrate timelines and maps.

Buffer – Social Media Management Platform to schedule posts, track the performance of your content, and manage all your accounts in one place.

Yesplan – Planning software for events, teams and resources. Links to your website, ticketing and other software. Gives insight in availability of rooms, staff and materials.

Wecross – Marketing cloud application for events that connects different kinds of data and visualises results through dashboards to create your marketing campaigns.