Okay, so this is a bit hard to describe, but I have a list of Rules that I need to show a remote client. What I’d like to do is share my screen and through teleconference have them rearrange the rules into the appropriate order.
I found this article, which I think I can quickly create and simplify to fit my needs, but I was wondering if there was a site out there already that supports this and would be “free” to use since I only need it for this one time process.
Has anyone does something like this before and if so, what did you use? I thought I might be able to use Trello too, and it seems I just might be able to… (for some reason, I thought this was subscription based, but it looks to be free too…)
We have a way to share screens, I simply need a platform where I can enter all of the current rules we have for the application, show them and be able to re-arrange them or add additional rules and place them in the order they need to be executed in.
I think Trello will work great in that regard (or at least it seems it might)
It depends on how you want to work. I don’t know if any of these will be good for you but…
I use Evernote but it is, basically, a note system so not shared “screen”. You can share your notes that can be pictures, real notes or any file that you can think of though.
Although they have a premium version, I use the free one and it works for me.
Skype has its own screen sharing thing (although it is crap and I recommend a plugin added to skype to improve it, or to have a white board where you can write)
You can also use a service like anymeeting. You can share your screen, have a board where everyone can write and other features.
We use Lync (Office Communicator) for screen sharing, so I’ve got that part covered. I did think of Evernote for showing the document on my screen and rearranging the data on it by hand, but it feels “Word” like, so I could just use that and doesn’t give me a really good drag this rule from here, to there ability.
I did get to play with Trello this morning with a co-worker, and it worked well in our abbreviated test. So I think I’m going to try that, unless there is a “tool” that fits better.