Virtual icebreakers to get you into the flow

From doodling to playlists and team building activities to games, FigJam has icebreaker templates to start meetings the fun way.

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Playfulness, parity, and plugins

Choose from a range of community-built plugins and widgets to get your team talking. Build rapport on a personal level with watercooler prompts or a quick game of Rock, Paper, Scissors. And, just because it’s a virtual meeting, doesn’t mean you can’t use cards, dice, and spinners to get the room hyped up.

Teams that play together stay together.

Can’t decide between those classic icebreaker questions or something a little more playful? Get started with these ideas on FigJam:

Mood barometer: As a facilitator, use widgets to build a poll and get an instant pulse check on the team’s energy.

Show and tell: Respond with an animated emoji as your team walks through their choice of image or even music.

Two truths and a lie: Test your teammates poker faces. Vote with stickies and stamps on what’s true and what’s not.

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FigJam and Figma go hand-in-hand.

Your brand tells a story and that story can live anywhere when you effortlessly copy and paste assets between Figma and FigJam. Whether they are basic elements like buttons and icons or more elaborate like menus and toolbars, your Figma component library remains intact on FigJam.

Warm up with these virtual icebreaker templates.

Choose from our collection of icebreaker templates to get started right away. Or, head to the Figma Community to see how other teams are using FigJam.


Our free FigJam virtual icebreaker template is a fun space for warming up your team. Break the ice with doodling, playlists, games, and more. Icebreaker activities include:

  • Music Favorites: Each participant should memories around your first and most recent experience buying music, whether that be through vinyl, tapes, CD's, downloading, or streaming.
  • Team Portraits: Ask each team member to sketch out portraits of others in the meeting.
  • Color Jacuzzi: Have team members pick their favorite color and answer ice breaker questions associated with their choice.
  • Adjective Descriptions: List five adjectives you'd use to describe yourself. Share with the team the reasoning behind those choices.

Icebreakers are often used as part of a virtual team building exercise. To make the most of the activity, prioritize the following tips:

  • Ask relevant icebreaker questions that are fun and engaging.
  • Keep the virtual meeting positive and welcoming.
  • Encourage each participant to share and interact with other team members; these activities are a fun way to get to know others, but it only works if everyone in the group is actively involved.
  • Organize smaller groups or utilize breakout rooms. A smaller-sized team meeting helps ensure that everyone can participate in a timely manner.

Team building activities help any groups of people working together, especially for those within a remote work environment. Icebreakers are a fun way to help teams get to know each other, which can ultimately lead to further communication and collaboration.

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