Designed to ignite friendly competition and lively dialogue, an engaging host will bring energy and challenge participants to work in teams to tackle a series of Family Feud-style questions and guess the most popular answers.
Device (preferably computer for video sharing) with internet connectivity to join the event’s Zoom meeting
Another connected device or a separate browser tab to join team breakout rooms and submit answers
Participants join event via meeting link provided in registration email
Game host provides ground rules and assigns teams
Questions are presented to all participants in the communal meeting room
After each question, teams meet in a breakout room to brainstorm (ample time is provided for players to connect and enjoy conversation)
Players submit answers through a user-friendly website (webpage and access code provided by the host)
Teams convene for each answer reveal and presentation of final game standings
Please check your email for an Implementation Guide provided by your Customer Success Manager. This guide will help you promote the team-building event through a variety of materials designed to generate awareness and build excitement!
Upon registering, participants will receive a calendar invite that includes a link to join the event. Refer to the promotional materials in the event’s Implementation Guide for more details about the registration process.
Game host will assign teams at the start of the event. Team sizes will be based on the total number of participants.
All the questions are meant to be fun and accessible for any group, featuring everything from "What’s a housecat’s worst habit?" to "Name a TV show that had an awful finale." Participants must challenge themselves to think about common answers that a broad group of people might provide. The goal is to guess the most popular responses from the surveyed group.
No, the game is built to allow as many teams as possible to compete for the winning spot. For every question, each team submits their guess of the most popular answer. Teams are awarded points based on the popularity of their answers. Each team that correctly guesses the most popular answer will be awarded points.
The total game time is 60 minutes. This includes outlining rules, setting up teams, playing the game, and announcing winners.
If use of a secondary connected device without VPN is not possible, please contact your organization’s administrator.
Registration for the event closes when the event begins.
Wellable can provide the total number of individuals that registered for and attended the event.