Schools and offices have been closed since the COVID-19 pandemic. In this situation, students and employees completed homeschooling or worked from home.
Even if the setup has already changed, the situation remains the same. People have to meet work and school requirements such as assignments and projects; often these activities are carried out by groups. And with groupings, members need to be more patient as there are additional factors that can affect each member’s productivity during the “home” setup.
An example of this is the method of transferring files. When physical interactions weren’t restricted, physical file storage like flash drives was the most convenient and quickest way to send and receive files. All one has to do is go to a coworker, give the flash drive, and then plug it into a USB port.
But now that this is impossible due to the current situation, online file sharing like WeTransfer has become …