Asynchronous Communication: What It Is and Why You Need It

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When the COVID-19 pandemic began raging in March and nearly the entire US corporate world went remote, platforms like Zoom, Microsoft Teams, and Slack soared in popularity. Companies and managers often tried to recreate office procedures and protocols as much as possible for their new remote workforce toiling away in their makeshift home offices.

But replicating office-like group meetings in real time, known as synchronous communication, through various platforms like Zoom might not be the most productive approach for remote teams. At least that’s according to Snir David, a developer at, which helps teams move—and remain—remote: “Synchronous

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