Virtual meeting ice breakers can be the difference between a fun or flacid Zoom call. Here are 10 of the best ice breakers and how you can create them.
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the global workforce like no other calamity. Millions of workers are forced to migrate to their online workspace for the first time in their professional life. AhaSlides, a presentation software company based in Singapore, conducts an ongoing survey of 2,000 work from home professionals to understand how we are adapting to a new way of life after the pandemic.
The Q&A feature of AhaSlides online presentation software is a great way to keep the question and answer section of your presentation in check. It has a lot of great features. For example, users can connect to your presentation through their mobile phones. They can also ask a question at any time rather than waiting until the end. But that’s not all! They can also upvote the important questions.
Not sure how to use AhaSlides’ Q&A feature? Check out the video in this blog post to find out more.
There are approximately 30 million PowerPoint presentations being given each day. PowerPoint has become such an essential part of a presentation that we can’t really fathom presenting without one. Yet, we have all fallen victim to death by PowerPoint in our professional life. But how do you create a presentation that illuminates your audience and avoid death by PowerPoint? If you want you – and your message – to stand out, challenge yourself to try some of these ideas.
As more companies transfer their structure to remote working, videoconferencing platform Zoom is on the rise to fulfill their needs. Coupled with AhaSlides, the two apps help connecting professionals and encourage them to engage and interact in meetings. Using AhaSlides with Zoom is simple. Here’s how.