Looking for a fun, remote-friendly team building activity? A virtual quiz is one of the best ways to connect with your team and enjoy some laughs together.
You can pull off a quiz session for your employees on practically any occasion: As part of your company offsite, at the beginning of your team meeting, or during your all-company town halls.
The possibilities are endless, just like there is an endless number of possible quiz questions. To save you time, we’ve compiled these 7 awesome quiz templates for you.
- Remote work facts quiz
- Company trivia quiz
- Business numbers in review quiz
- Social media quiz
- Good things that happened in 2021 quiz
- General knowledge quiz
- Pop culture quiz
Feel free to edit them as you see fit and use them at your next get-together with your team.
#1: Remote work facts quiz
Remote work has become the new normal for many people worldwide. Here are some interesting facts about working remotely you may not have known. See if your teammates can guess them correctly.
You can run this quiz at the beginning of your all-company meeting to break the ice – or, to give it a nice finish, at its end.
On average, how much $ can an individual worker save by working remotely? Source
A: $500-$2,000 per Year
B: $2,000-$7,000 per Year*
C: $7,000-$10,000 per Year
D: $10,000-$12,000 per Year
What percentage of participants on a conference call are less likely to multitask with their camera on? Source
On average, how many participants per day used Zoom in March 2020? Source
A: 100 million
B: 170 million
C: 200 million*
D: 230 million
Approximately how many tons of carbon emissions are reduced thanks to remote work? Source
A: 1.2 million tons
B: 2.2 million tons
C: 2.9 million tons
D: 3.6 million tons*
On average, how much $ per year do businesses save per each remote worker? Source
77% of remote employees say they’re more productive when working from home. True or false? Source
99% of workers said they’d prefer working remotely, at least some of the time, for the rest of their careers. True or false? Source
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#2: Company trivia quiz
Every company is a bit like a family, with their own internal knowledge and facts, and stories and jokes. You surely have plenty of those as well. Entertain your teammates with a quiz based on your company trivia.
This quiz is perfect for larger meetings, such as all-hands and town halls or virtual get-togethers, and ideal for the end of the year/season/quarter meetings.
Here are some ideas for trivia questions for you, but we strongly encourage you to give the quiz your own personal touch.
How many people are currently working at our company?
Where does our company name come from?
A: It’s a reference to an iPhone feature
B: It’s a typo of another word
C: It occurred to our CEO in a dream
What was the original color of our logo?
How many kids do our employees have altogether?
Which item would you NOT find in the People Ops office?
B: Banana peeler
C: CEO’s slippers
How many active Slack channels do we currently have?
Which Slack channel would you use to contact the Marketing team?
How many people called ‘Michael’ are currently working in our company?
How many people in our company play in a band?
What is the age difference between our youngest and our oldest employee?
#3: Business numbers in review quiz
Give a bit of a fun twist to presenting business numbers during your company meetings. Turn your performance stats into a quiz.
Your colleagues will enjoy guessing at how well your company did in terms of sales, sign-ups, net retention, or NPS.
At Slido, we’ve run such a quiz many times during our seasonal all-hands meetings and it always spiced up the meeting. Here are some quiz questions for your inspiration.
What was our YoY growth in sales?
What was our highest weekly number of new sign-ups this quarter?
How many key deals did our sales team close this quarter?
What was our average ticket response time?
A: 7 minutes
B: 10 minutes
C: 13 minutes
What was our average NPS this quarter?
How many new colleagues did we welcome?
How many minutes (rounded) did we spend on Zoom calls this quarter?
#4: Social media quiz
The digital world is full of mind-blowing facts and peculiarities. If you’re looking for a fun quiz to enjoy some guessing time with your colleagues, here’s your go-to quiz.
We’ve collected some interesting social media stats for you. Some of the quiz questions below are real eye-openers! Copy and paste them and feel free to add some more!
How many hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every single minute? Source
A: 150 hours
B: 220 hours
C: 300 hours*
83% of parents on Facebook are friends with their children. True or false? Source
Which one was the most downloaded app in 2019? Source
The most downloads of TikTok in 2019 came from India. True or false? Source
On average, how much time a day does an Instagram user spend on the platform in 2020? Source
A: 28 minutes*
B: 31 minutes
C: 33 minutes
Who is the most followed person on Instagram? Source
A: @kyliejenner (Kylie Jenner)
B: @cristiano (Cristiano Ronaldo)*
C: @therock (Dwayne Johnson ‘The Rock’)
How many likes does a @world_record_egg currently have on Instagram? Source
A: 31.9 million
B: 44.2 million
C: 54.4 million*
The most popular emoji worldwide is “face with tears of joy” (?). True or false? Source
The most retweeted tweet of all time (4.2m retweets) is a Japanese billionaire, Yusaku Maezawa (founder of ZOZO), promising money to 100 people. True or false? Source
How many connections does the average CEO have on LinkedIn? Source
#5: Good things that happened in 2021 quiz
Wrap the year with a bunch of good news. This year has been a tough one and we could all use a little positivity.
Here’s a quiz that lists 10 good things that have happened this year, as a reminder that 2021 has also been kind to us.
Use this quiz as an icebreaker activity during your end-of-year company meeting or a virtual Zoom party.
#6: General knowledge quiz
You can’t go wrong with this one. A general knowledge quiz is a good old classic in the world of quizzes.
From geography, through music, to history – you’ll find a great mix of brain-teasing questions that will take your employees all the way through to their high school years.
What is the name of the partially recognized state in Southeast Europe that is subject to the territorial dispute with the Republic of Serbia?
C: Bosnia Herzegovina
What year did the Brexit referendum take place?
Why do some groups of birds fly in a V formation?
A: To fly faster
B: To keep the direction
C: To conserve energy*
D: No specific reason
Complete the following sentence: When entering the fast phase, continents shift at about the same rate as…
A: Earth rotates
B: Sun rotates
C: Plastic decomposes
D: Your fingernails grow*
Which famous celebrity is so scared of ghosts that they spent 50,000 US dollars on an electromagnetic field meter designed to detect poltergeists?
A: Lady Gaga*
B: Jennifer Aniston
C: Jack Nicholson
D: Mick Jagger
In the history of the Oscars, only 3 movies received the most awards (11 in total). Ben Hur (1959), Lord of the Rings: Return of the King (2003) and…?
A: Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone
C: The Godfather
Today we use the term ‘dream team’ in various contexts. But what did it originally refer to?
A: 1992 USA men’s Olympic basketball team*
B: 1976 Montreal Canadiens of NHL
C: 1958 Brazil World Cup team
D: 1998 Canada’s Olympic ice hockey team
Where is the largest football stadium in the world located?
D: North Korea*
Which country presented the Statue of Liberty to America as a gift?
A: The Netherlands
The Peace of Westphalia was signed at the end of which war?
C: Napoleonic Wars
D: 30-Years War*
Who sold the most CDs in 2016?
C: Justin Bieber
Who composed the opera ‘Carmen’?
A: Guiseppe Verdi
B: Georges Bizet*
C: Ludwig van Beethoven
D: Antonin Dvorak
There are more than 24 time zones around the world.
Neil Armstrong wanted to take a basketball to the moon, but NASA refused it.
According to Wired, Amsterdam is the most bike-friendly city in the world.
The British Navy uses Britney Spears songs to scare off pirates.
Donald Trump gets his haircuts from his wife Melania.
There are 10 times more bacterial cells in your body than human cells.
#7: Pop culture quiz
Find out how knowledgeable your teammates are in culture. Get inspired by this set of 11 questions about music and movies or come up with your own favorite ones.
To make it even easier for you, you will find this quiz in our Slido templates gallery (along with many others) and be able to use it in your meeting with just two clicks.
Who is Farrokh Bulsara?
A: Cameroonian band behind Shakira’s Waka Waka (This Time for Africa)
B: Freddie Mercury’s original name given at birth.*
C: The main hero of Borat’s ‘O Kazakhstan’ hymn
D: Pharrell Williams’ dog’s name (translates from Bengali as ‘happy dog’)
Taylor Swift became the youngest artist ever to win a Grammy Award for Album of the Year. How old was she?
For what movie did Tom Hanks score his first Academy Award nomination?
A: Forrest Gump
B: Pelican Brief
C: The Green Mile
What is the most read book of the past 50 years?
A: The Bible*
B: Harry Potter series
C: The Lord of The Rings
D: Quotations from Chairman Mao Tse Tung
The poem ‘Death of a Poet’ by Mikhail Lermontov was written on the occasion of a tragic death of which Russian poet?
A: Leo Tolstoy
B: Alexander Pushkin*
C: Vasily Zhukovsky
D: Anna Akhmatova
Which country was Agatha Christie’s private detective Hercule Poirot from?
She dropped out of college and moved to NYC with just 35 dollars in her pocket, worked at Dunkin Donuts, and dated Tupac or JFK junior among many others. Her father was Italian. Which singer are we talking about?
A: Britney Spears
C: Celine Dion
One of Andy Warhol’s iconic works is his ‘Campbell’s Soup Cans’ series. He ate this soup for lunch every day for 20 years.
One of the bestselling books of 2019 – ‘Becoming’ – was written by Hillary Clinton.
Ali Muhammad’s boxing career started at the age of 12 after his bicycle got stolen and he vowed to beat up the thief.
Oprah Winfrey is America’s richest self-made woman.
Over to you
Hopefully, you’ve found these ideas inspiring and that you’ll use some of these quiz questions to energize your virtual meetings.
With Slido you can create a quiz very easily in just a couple of minutes. On top of that, our quizzes offer you a range of cool features such as adding images to your quiz, Random quiz question generator, or Random quiz option generator.
Read more about how to create your quiz in Slido, set it up for your video call, and facilitate it during your virtual meeting or event in this article.
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