Ever walked into a room full of strangers and felt a coldness in the air? That's your workspace since you've gone remote. It's time to melt that ice.



Spark Conversations

What is something weird about you that nobody believes?What food would you introduce to aliens when they visit?Spark interesting conversations with your colleagues and get to know them better.


Schedule an Icebreaker

Perfect for a lunch time discussion or an evening break. Flexible scheduling helps you bring the team together at a convenient time. Start a ritual.


Add to Channels

Add Icebreaker to any number of channels - keep the conversations team specific or organization-wide.


How to add Icebreakers in Slack

1. Add Icebreakers to a channel from the Bored Home Tab or by typing
/bored in the channel.
2. Set a schedule. You can customize it by day of the week and time.
3. Icebreakers are on the way. Take off your mask. Your coworkers will want to see the real you.

Why are Icebreakers important?

Remote teams need to focus on teambuilding and Icebreakers are a great way to help coworkers get to know one another better. They spark conversations, improve team bonding, create shared memories, and provide banter material for our game of Roastmasters 😄

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Gabe Perez

Head of Social, Product Hunt

Installed this in our team's Slack channel and it's been a great way to passively play games with the team. We set up a recurring trivia game and it's very "no-pressure" to join. Def recommend trying out if you're looking for a quick & easy way to add some bonding for remote teams.

Sita Thomas

Data Manager,

"I work for a small, fully remote start-up, and we love your games, particularly Trivia and Faker. We play every day at the end of the work day. It's a great way to shift from 'workplace' to 'home' and helps us connect and get to know each other better. Thank you for creating this product. We look forward to more games!"

Yuki Kawamura

Head of Business Development and Partnerships, Akatsuki Inc.

Bored is not only fun, but also very helpful in stimulating communication among the team while working in a remote environment.

Jon Mattingly

CEO & Co-founder, Kodable

“We had a bunch of fun. Loved the roast game. This honestly does a better job of replicating an in-office vibe than virtual offices or the many different video chat things that have popped up.”

Siddharth Deswal

Director of Marketing, Fyle

“We love this fresh new trivia format. It's a great way to chill out and banter with the team. This is coming from someone who has played a lot of TV show quizzes.”