Best HUB for a small indie team?

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  1. Samuel Pothier

    Samuel Pothier New Member

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    Hi mates,

    Looking for an efficient way to have our indie team communicates with each other as needed. I'm looking for the best tool --- or combination of --- that would allow for group interactions, one-to-one discussion, storing assets, hold votes, and have some sort of "white board" covered with the updated log of events.

    We're using a mixture of emails, Discord and GoogleDrive for the time being, which isn't exactly a stunning combination.

    Thanks,
    Sam
     
  2. VRex7

    VRex7 New Member

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    hmmm, Discord is the first thing that came to mind. I work on a remote team and we use a mix of Slack, Discord, and GoogleDrive. It is a bit of a pain sometimes, but it works. Slack is a good option but you'd still need to have the Drive for assets.
     
  3. Scoper

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    We use Slack. It works quite well for most of those purposes. For storing assets, we use version control. We also use Google Drive.
     

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