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Tips for working remotely without missing a beat.

 

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Working from home can be a boon for productivity if it’s done right. Whether you’re joining the mobile workforce for the long haul or adjusting to a temporary work-from-home situation, here are some ways to get the most out of your workday.

 

 

 

1.  Set the stage

 

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Recreate your in-office set-up at home. Hook up your Galaxy S20 to a tool like Samsung DeX that let's you connect your phone to a monitor or TV with just a USB cable.

 

 

2. Find your rhythm

 

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Good time management is crucial. Try breaking your day into productivity cycles: 15 minutes of work, then 5 minutes of break. Repeat that 4 times, then take a 20-minute rest. You can also write reminders on your Galaxy Note10 using a note-taking app like Samsung Notes and power through your to-do list.

 

 

3. Check in with your team

 

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Send your boss a mid-day update on your progress and use Google Duo video chat to check in with your teammates. Not only will this keep you connected to your work, it will also give you the sense of camaraderie you may miss when working from home.

 

 

4.  Keep moving

 

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Don’t feel tied to your desk. Move freely when you’re on a call with wireless Galaxy Buds+. Two mics pick up your voice over background noise, so you’ll be heard clear as a bell. Plus, no need to worry about the Wi-Fi dropping—the seriously fast mobile hotspot on the Galaxy S20 lets you stay connected while on the go.

 

 

5. Make time to reset

 

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Set some serious work-life boundaries to avoid burnout. Once your workday is over, settle in for an immersive gaming experience with a curved monitor. Built for both work and fun, you can switch off work mode without switching screens.