I'm working remote and I feel I may not be more visible in what I'm doing:
Please guide me.
I wouldn't worry too much about showcasing your work. Worry more about making sure people can benefit from your work. The byproduct of this is that your work will get noticed. Some ways of doing this:
I'd also encourage you to find a "body double" if possible. Someone to pair program with or a do a recurring 1:1 meeting. See the idea of an accountability partner.
Adding to the list provided by Rahul:
Some great responses here, one more option is to share useful things you've learned or found with the team via those group chats.
Like others have said, don't force it.
One of the easier ways to get started is to engage with what other people are posting.
There are a lot of parallels to how we engage on social media that can be applied in a healthy way to the workplace.
+1 everyone and especially the "making sure people can benefit from your work." For me, this has been the #1 driver of "recognition" and "visibility" within my team and cross-team.
Some things I do day-to-day that embrace this idea:
At the end of the day, if you provide value here and there, people pick up on it quickly and you don't have to showcase anything, because your work will speak for itself and people will attribute it and talk about it!