Over time, technology has improved communication in many ways. With the advancement of smartphones, email, chat apps, and other forms of messaging, we have become dependent upon these tools to communicate.

Technology now plays an integral part in our daily lives, making it easy to be distracted by messages, emails, and notifications every few minutes or even seconds. This is how some people can seem distracted almost all the time.

It’s also how some people get overwhelmed with work responsibilities because they are constantly being interrupted. And it’s why some people feel like things are going great for them and then something happens that causes a big change in their life.

A lot of times, this “something” is due to a bad workplace relationship or conflict. It may be due to health issues or changes such as having a child or getting divorced.

In any case, communication is key when working on career success, healthy relationships, and personal growth. Luckily, there are several strategies you can use to improve your communication skills. You can learn how to listen more effectively, understand more about what others mean when talking to you, and recognize non-verbal cues.

This article will go into detail about how different types of technologies aid in improving your conversation skills. Some examples include texting, voice calls, video chats, and social media platforms.

Caroline Shaw is a blogger and social media manager. She enjoys blogging about current events, lifehacks, and her experiences as a millennial working in New York.