Management

@todo create detailed chapters on what the tools are meant for and the polices to use them

Table of Content

Redmine

@todo summariza what we use Redmine for and link specific articles and recipes to help people get the info they need

Toggl

@todo same as for Redmine

Slack

@todo
- Describe how project-channels are organized (and MUST BE organized - link to meaningful recipes)
- List general purpose channels, their topics, what can be discussed and what not
- Give information on how to set the online status to inform others of your availability

GMail

@todo nothing terrible to be said here, if not for subscription to G+ so that hangout is available and maybe usage of company account for personal purposes (related to the migration of mails in case of resignation)

Hangout

@todo general description

Google Drive

@todo 
- describe folder structure and organization. Permissions are set by the app itself so it won't hurt to have a full description of all the main folders
- describe the documents naming conventions (AAAAMMDDXX prefix and such), useful to make documents searchable with ease
- point out the "add to my drive" feature, to make users able to search for documents shared by others (or better yet, have a policy to NOT create docs outside of shared folders!)

Trello

@todo give a list of boards useful to the team for non-productive task tracking:
- BBA
- Blog ideas
- Parking lot for remote users?

Other communication channels

@todo describe how to use:
- Telegram chat channel
- Skype
- Others?
Last updated on 2018-11-23T16:08:06+00:00