Làm thế nào để thiết lập một văn phòng tại nhà ngân sách: 5 mẹo và thủ thuật tuyệt vời


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With most of the world shutting down due to the pandemic, many companies have made the remote working mode normal. However, working from home is not always an advantage. Your family, roommate, or pets are distractions. The lack of a boss watching you and a structured workspace can also lead to delays. Setting up a home office is crucial if you don't want your productivity to be affected. But what can you do if you are on a tight budget? Here are five great tips and tricks for setting up a home budget office.

1. Use what you already have
Before running to the nearest office furniture and supplies store - or scrolling their website looking for the perfect office supplies - check out your home and use what you already have. For example, you can turn a desk into an office desk, and you might even find stationery hidden somewhere in a drawer.

The decorative light can be reassembled into a desk lamp and you can keep your writing instrument in a cup instead of buying a pen holder.

The only item you should not spend money on is a comfortable office chair if you don't already own one.

2. Use CamScanner Instead of the Physical Scanner
Another easy way to set up a home budget office is to replace physical electronics with apps. For example, you can use CamScanner to scan and share documents and work projects and avoid investing your hard earned money in a physical scanner.

Ideal for working professionals, CamScanner is more than just a scanner. The free version of the app lets you scan and upload documents to the cloud, synchronize data across platforms, and create up to three folders for different documents or projects.

For a small monthly fee, you can upgrade to a premium account that comes with more perks. Indeed, you should be able to use up to 10GB of cloud space (instead of the 200MB included in the free variant), using the app's optical character recognition technology to turn scanned files into documents. can edit and even sign documents electronically, among other features - without a doubt, a cost-effective alternative to the purchase of a scanner.

3. Use Other Personal Versions or Free Tools
Working from home isn't as simple as using apps and software, instead of physical devices. Team communication and collaboration are also important, and the tools developed for this purpose are often expensive.

However, there are also many free communication and collaboration tools you can use. For example, Zoom allows you to have meetings for up to 40 minutes per session with a free account. For longer meetings and chats, you can use alternatives, such as Google Meet or Skype.

Notion is a cloud-based platform developed for seamless workflow management and collaboration across teams, and it's free to use if you choose the Personal plan. BlueMail is a good choice if you need a free and reliable email manager app.

Likewise, there are many other free platforms and applications that can help you collaborate and communicate with your team, supervisor, or customers without spending a penny.

4. Pay attention to Electronics
Energy consumption is often overlooked when setting up your home office, but working from home has an impact on your electricity bill. That is why you should pay attention to the electronic devices you use and go as green as possible.

For example, laptops use less electricity than desktops. Turning off your PC when you're done with work instead of using standby helps reduce power consumption. Turning off the lights every time you leave the office (even if it's just a quick break to use the bathroom or making a little coffee) and unplugging the charger when you're not charging your electronics are other ways to keep consumption. electricity to a minimum.

5. Use your space creatively
Finding the right space for your home office can be a challenge if you've never worked from home before. Replacing an entire room - and redecorating it with office furniture - is undeniably expensive, but you can use your space creatively to set up a work corner.

The first thing to do is find a relatively quiet space. For example, you can use the display to turn a corner of the living room into a dedicated work area. Alternatively, you can set up an office at home in your attic or basement.

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Setting up a home office doesn't have to be expensive. Sometimes, you can even do it for free if you have a spare desk, a comfortable chair, and some office supplies. Now, all you have to do is use the tips above to set up a fully functional home office and boost your productivity.


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