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.
Pearltrees – A 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.