Pictionary is a classic game that has been enjoyed by people of all ages for decades. With the rise of remote work and virtual meetings, it’s no surprise that many are looking for ways to play Pictionary online. Fortunately, Microsoft Teams makes it easy to host a game of Pictionary with your colleagues or friends.
Setting Up the Game
To start playing Pictionary on Microsoft Teams, you’ll need to create a meeting and invite your participants. Once everyone is in the meeting, you can use the whiteboard feature to draw your pictures. To do this, click on the “Share” button in the meeting toolbar and select “Whiteboard.”
Drawing Your Pictures
Once you’ve started sharing the whiteboard, you can begin drawing your pictures. Use the pen tool to draw your picture, and make sure to use different colors to help your teammates guess what you’re drawing. You can also use the eraser tool to fix any mistakes you make.
Guessing the Pictures
While one person is drawing, the other participants can start guessing what they think the picture is. Use the chat feature to type in your guesses, and see who can guess the most pictures correctly. You can also use the “Raise Hand” feature to signal that you have a guess.
Playing Pictionary on Microsoft Teams is a fun way to connect with your colleagues or friends while working remotely. With just a few simple steps, you can start hosting your own games and enjoy the classic game of Pictionary from anywhere.