Doing a videoconference can be much more boring than doing a face-to-face meeting, so it is necessary to know resources that help break the ice, relax the participants and laugh a little before getting to the point.
In this sense, they present us with brightful.me, a platform that we can use to create online games and share the same room in our videoconference.
The process is simple, we just have to choose one of the four available games, customize it with our texts and copy the url of the game room created. We will have to share that url in our video conference, be it on Zoom, Skype, Google Meet or any other.
The games are about questions and answers, riddles and the like, so you don’t have to be very skilled gamer nor advanced digital knowledge. They currently have these four:
– What do you prefer: The classic Asking game with outlandish hypothetical scenarios. There are no right or wrong answers, but we will have to justify our thought process. Find my lie: This game will test how well we know someone. We will give three answers to a question about us, and one of the answers is completely false. – Describe it !: A game in which we can say anything (except the word itself) to help the team guess your word.– Q of the day: To get to know people better asking them a question that makes them think.
All games are free, questions can be asked in any language, and no registration is required.