Legal Tech Tips, 0820 GABJ, GSB Vol. 26, No. 1, Pg. 56

Author:BY NATALIE R. KELLY
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Legal Tech Tips

Vol. 26 No. 1 Pg. 56

Georgia Bar Journal

August, 2020

Legal Tech TIPS

BY NATALIE R. KELLY

1 Krisp, www.krisp.ai

The Krisp app provides noise cancelation for background noise reduction. Eliminate the sounds of crying babies, barking dogs and flushing toilets while on phone or vid-eoconference calls when utilizing this service. The app is free for those working remotely on occasion and is priced at $3.33 per user per month, billed annually, for those requiring a Pro or Teams version.

2 Google Drive + Slack, www.google.com/drive www.slack.com

Collaboration can be tricky sometimes, but by integrating Google Drive as your document repository and using Slack as your communications platform, you can create a highly effective remote working scheme. Users can easily track projects with related conversations (Slack) and documents (Google Drive). The two services working in tandem can provide multiple users with simultaneous access, allowing teams to work together easily. Simply share a Google Drive link in Slack or add your Google Drive account via the Slack App Directory.

3 Legal Talk Network, www.legaltalknetwork.com

Legal Talk Network (LTN) is a podcast network offering top legal news and information from nationally-recognized speakers and thought leaders. More than 20 legal podcasts showcased on LTN help listeners keep up with the latest news and trends in the legal world. Currently, the network features podcast episodes focused on CO-VID-19. Founded in 2005, the network is now owned by Lawgical, and continues to be the first place users should go for pod-casts focused on the legal profession.

4 Magnifiers on iPhones and Android Phones

Tiny print (or tiny anything) getting you down? Use your phone as a magnifying glass. For iPhones, turn on the Magnifier under Settings > Accessibility, then triple-tap the Home button to use your camera to magnify what you want to see larger. On Android phones, turn on the Magnification under Settings> Accessibility > Vision > Magnification. This mode allows for magnifying text on the phone’s screen, but the magnification of external items requires certain other apps on the phone to be turned off.

5 CDC Resuming Business Toolkit, https://bit.ly/3eexYLk

The CDC has produced a free toolkit for resuming business in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Available on the CDC’s website at the link above, the tool-kit includes an employer...

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