Camille Schmidt is one of millions who are working online, and experiencing the evolution of online meetings. Photo: Tim SchmidtCamille Schmidt is one of millions who are working online, and experiencing the evolution of online meetings. Photo: Tim Schmidt
Camille Schmidt is one of millions who are working online, and experiencing the evolution of online meetings. Photo: Tim Schmidt

Games, trivia quizzes add human connection to online meetings in the work-from-home era

  • With the new reality of working from home, people are looking for ways to humanise online video meetings
  • The options companies have tried include breaking the ice with pre-meeting hang-out areas, and using games and trivia quizzes

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic: All stories
Camille Schmidt is one of millions who are working online, and experiencing the evolution of online meetings. Photo: Tim SchmidtCamille Schmidt is one of millions who are working online, and experiencing the evolution of online meetings. Photo: Tim Schmidt
Camille Schmidt is one of millions who are working online, and experiencing the evolution of online meetings. Photo: Tim Schmidt
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