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Bring a bit of fun to your boards using emojis and stickers to express your feelings or thoughts.
Run an ice breaker session with your team to bring some fun before long workshops or meetings.
Create fun, cartoonish, and digital versions of yourself and your employees to add them to your whiteboards.
Uncover random cards, memorize what's beneath them, and find matching pairs during a fun, warm-up game.
Get to know your teammates better by filling out maps with personal information like hobbies, favorites, or experiences.
See what your users and customers need from your product and develop one that will meet their expectations.
Get to know power features offered by Whiteboards.io by testing them out with a dedicated template.
Find out what Whiteboards.io have in store by following an easy tutorial template presenting the basic features.
Start your event with a short warm-up session by asking your teammates how they feel today and what they are working on currently.
Start your event with an ice-breaking session and spin a digital wheel to ask your colleagues different, fun, and warming-up questions.
Warm up your team before getting to serious work by asking them 100 different questions about hobbies, experiences, or memories.
Show your colleagues you care about their well-being by talking about the emotions they're experiencing.
Take a few random words and conduct an impromptu, agenda-less session leading to the Aha! moment.
Kick off the meeting with an ice breaker exercise during which everyone will share their experiences from their first job.
Execute a weekly team-building exercise to bond with your colleagues, hear their thoughts and insights, or learn their new favorites.
Kick off your meeting with simple activities and get the conversation going.