Virtual Meeting Hand Signals
Hand signals in virtual meetings is nothing new. The UK Civil Service have been using them since 2016 to help improve flow and reduce lost time caused by disruptions. Since virtual meetings become more essential and regular due to the pandemic, other companies such as Twitter have begun adopting hand signals too.
The problem is that if every company devises their own hand signals, then meetings with outside companies could get confusing. To help overcome this problem Working Den have come up with five hand signals that can be used in virtual meetings. These have been taken from British Sign Language so that they accessible to everyone.