First, it should be noted that, from the beginning of the pandemic, all videoconferencing tools already existed. Webex and Skype, for example, were well known to parents separated from their children abroad. On the other hand, their responsiveness was astonishing. Zoom, Teams and, to a lesser extent, Google, very quickly brought simple, extremely efficient, and reliable tools to market. Or almost anyway.
The result: to reforge links, for interaction and for visual contact - which lockdown deprived us of - we all flocked to it. Next, solutions (and especially lots of ideas) very quickly appeared to help recreate the social aspect.
To re-socialise, we held team-building sessions, we voted, chatted and answered surveys. We (re)discovered a solution making it possible to bring together from 2 to 100,000 people in a few clicks, all without a hitch.
It all became indispensable!