Using Zoom / Skype to host Virtual Trivia Games – GoToMeeting, Join.me, WebEx, Google Hangouts, Chat

Using Zoom / Skype to host Virtual Trivia Games – GoToMeeting, Join.me, WebEx, Google Hangouts, Chat



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Make your cloud staff meeting a little more fun by hosting a virtual trivia game. With TriviaMaker, you can create games with a format of GRID, LIST, WHEEL, or Multiple Choice. All you have to do is create a game at TriviaMaker.com, then share your screen in your chat and host the game like a pro!

Check out a more in depth tutorial here:

You could also use things like:
– ezTalks Meetings
– Google Hangouts
– WebEx
– GoToMeeting
– Join.me
– ReadyTalk
– OnStream Meeting

You just need to make sure that you can “share your screen” with the team.

– How to split up teams and see who is responding –

For now there are only 4 teams allowed (more coming soon), so I would think of ways that your group could be split into 4 teams (or less). For instance, Men vs Women, Sales vs Techs, etc.

OR you could split them alphabetical by last name: Team 1 is last name A-F, team 2 is G-M, team 3 is N-S, team 4 is T-Z.

Then, I would give each team a chance to answer 1 question at a time. Team 1 does question 1, and then it’s the next team’s turn on the next question, and so on. They can talk about it as a group and then answer. Maybe each team has a spokesperson, etc.

OR you could send them in to the breakout rooms to think over their answers and then bring them back.

OR you could simply have them use the chat, and whoever puts the right answer in the chat first wins.

These are just some ideas. Thanks!

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23 Comments

  1. If you're a player how do you hit a buzzer?

  2. Can TriviaMaker be used on Cisco Webex and what is the max number of participants allowed?

  3. Is there a beat button option, ie contestant that first press the 'G' key answers the question?

  4. We're looking for a game app where we can go on Zoom, have the two teams play…and about 500 people watch the game. Can we do that?

  5. Read this thread. Yup, you still have not edited this……………..you need to instruct clearly.

  6. Worst instruction i have seen. And went to Zoom as well, with same person. Wow. You need to do focus group and see who gets this. You dont show all 'little stuff' that you did on Zoom video , for example: 'go to more, then : share computer sound. Teaching is not your strength. Not good 'instructional' video.

  7. When will you increase the number of teams? I would love to use this as part of my company's orientation program. We currently use Kahoot! because it allows 2000 players to play, but it's very basic. Trivia Maker seems to allow for more customization, which I love.

  8. Can you use this in a Google Hangout!

  9. My wheel game freezes. Is that normal

  10. Can this be used on skype also ?

  11. Is there an option for sound on the actual spinning of the wheel

  12. How do I put a team in the breakout room if I’m sharing screen on my iPad

  13. I upgraded to premium. Is there a tutorial for the wheel game

  14. I guess you can only get that family feud Aetna grid with the premium acct? Not fair. I’ve asked so many friends to download the app and now they have to pay for the one game they wanted to play. Thanks a lot

  15. Why is there no family feud theme anymore. It was under Aetna better health. The family feud board was there.

  16. Hi! How do I invite friends to play a game?

  17. I tried using the Family Feud style but it looks like there's no option to edit the question and name of the team. Is that not possible?

  18. Will you be adding a drawing game

  19. What is your suggestion on how each person can buzz in while playing jeopardy?

  20. How many per team? Is this suitable for 20+ players?

  21. Which grid is used to set up wheel of fortune?

  22. Still confused on how to set this up on Zoom. I have a game night in a few days and it’s not coming out the way I thought it would.

  23. People are asking about how to split up teams and see who is responding.

    For now there are only 4 teams allowed (more coming soon), so I would think of ways that your group could be split into 4 teams (or less). For instance, Men vs Women, Sales vs Techs, etc.

    OR you could split them alphabetical by last name: Team 1 is last name A-F, team 2 is G-M, team 3 is N-S, team 4 is T-Z.

    Then, I would give each team a chance to answer 1 question at a time. Team 1 does question 1, and then it's the next team's turn on the next question, and so on. They can talk about it as a group and then answer. Maybe each team has a spokesperson, etc.

    OR you could send them in to the breakout rooms to think over their answers and then bring them back.

    OR you could simply have them use the chat, and whoever puts the right answer in the chat first wins.

    These are just some ideas. Thanks!

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