There’s no denying technology has been the saving grace for a lot of the ways we have done things over the past year. One of those things is education and how students and teachers are able to connect without being able to communicate in person. There are tons of technologies to choose from when it comes to virtual learning, but one you might not have thought about is live chat in education scenarios.
Feedback is important. It allows you to gauge how people feel in regards to your products, services, leadership in business, and much more! But there just so happens to be a particularly important type of feedback that you need to focus on: honest feedback.
Group decision making can be tough in the best of times. Add a global pandemic and the inability to meet with your group in person? The decision making process feels even tougher. The good news is, there are awesome tech options for making team decisions, and they can be used whether you’re all in the same room or worlds apart.
If you work on a team, there’s a good chance your group communicates with the help of online group chats. There are so many benefits to using online chats with your team, and these benefits extend even beyond being displaced from our offices and working from home.
We are a year into it, and many businesses who have transitioned to conducting all of their operations online still haven’t mastered the art of sticking to a timeline during virtual meetings. But fear not! In today’s post, we have all of our top tips for keeping your virtual meetings as efficient as possible.
Looking out at your audience and wondering when you lost their attention and how you’ll ever get it back? Chances are, you just need to rethink your strategy when it comes to live events to boost engagement and keep your audience on their toes. And one of the most effective ways of doing this is offering an online chat for attendees!
Have you ever been on your way out from a store or even somewhere like the airport and wondered what the various smiley faces on a scale of buttons were there for? If you’ve ever seen something like this then you’ve been in the presence of a Likert scale!
Chances are, even if you’re not a gamer yourself, you know an avid gamer who spends a good chunk of their time playing at least one game. For many gamers, it isn’t just the element of playing the game that’s so appealing. There’s a huge social component that can come with being a gamer and that’s a huge draw for many people.
Businesses of all kinds rely on surveys to find out about their clients, employees, constituents and audiences. A key component of this valuable insight is based on demographic surveys. But the problem is, if these surveys aren’t conducted strategically and thoughtfully, they won’t get you the kind of information you need in the best way.
Businesses and groups all over the world rely on online chat rooms to communicate all kinds of ideas and information each and every day. But as anyone who has ever taken part in an online group chat can tell you, they can get off track if there isn’t a designated chat member on top of things.