The top 50 word cloud questions for brainstorming & icebreakers

Polling l Q&A l Quiz Tips

Rechelle Vermaak
by Rechelle Vermaak
The top 50 word cloud questions for brainstorming & icebreakers

50 ways to use interactive word clouds for breaking the ice and crowdsourcing ideas

Are you looking for an innovative way to kick-start your brainstorming sessions or icebreaker activities? Look no further than live word cloud questions! These interactive and visually appealing polls are a great way to engage your audience and generate ideas. To help you get started, we've compiled a list of the top 50 word cloud questions for crowdsourcing ideas from your audience and for breaking the ice effectively. From thought-provoking questions to fun and lighthearted prompts, these word cloud questions are sure to spark creativity and inspire your audience. So grab your favorite polling platform (Vevox 😉) and get ready to take your brainstorming and icebreaker activities to the next level with these top 50 word cloud questions!

Powerful icebreaker word cloud questions: 

Icebreakers are an essential part of meetings and classes, providing a way to break down barriers and encourage participation. Word cloud questions are a fun and interactive way to engage your audience and get everyone involved. Whether you're looking for a powerful way to kick off a brainstorming session or a lighthearted way to break the ice in a class, word cloud questions are a great way to get the conversation flowing. In this section, we'll explore how you can use word cloud questions for both powerful and light-hearted icebreakers, and provide you with some examples to get you started. So, let's dive in and discover the power of word cloud questions for icebreakers in meetings and classes!

  1. Where would you like to travel next? 
  2. What food do you think you can cook better than anyone else? 
  3. What is the worst gift you’ve ever received? 
  4. Who is the first person on your hit list? 
  5. What would you buy if you won the lottery but only had one day to spend the money? 
  6. If there were 25 hours in a day, what would you spend the 25th  hour doing? 
  7. What would be the one thing you’d save if your house caught fire? 
  8. Out of your five senses, which sense do you think you could live without (sight, smell, touch, sound, or taste)? 
  9. What is the worst job you’ve ever had? 
  10. What is a big world problem that you would like to change? 
  11. When you are stressed, what do you do to relax? 
  12. Who would you have dinner with if you could have it with any person, living or dead? 
  13. How would you spend your time if you no longer need to work? 
  14. What was your dream job when you were a kid? 
  15. What is your usual office lunch? 
  16. What is the weirdest job you have heard of? 
  17. If you could have started your working career five years later what you have done in that time? 
  18. If you could be invisible for one day, what would you do? 
  19. What app can’t you live without? 
  20. What talent do you wish you had? 
  21. What is your favorite smell? 
  22. What would you do if you could live forever? 
  23. What’s your secret talent? 
  24. What do you typically do when you’re bored? 
  25. If you were a dog, which breed would you want to be? 

Effective brainstorming & crowdsourcing word cloud polls

Group brainstorming sessions are great for generating ideas and solutions in meetings and classes. However, it can be challenging to engage everyone in the process and ensure that all voices are heard. Word cloud polling questions are a powerful way to overcome these challenges and get everyone involved in the brainstorming and crowdsourcing process. By using visually appealing and interactive polls, you can encourage participation and generate new ideas in real time. We have provided some key example questions to help you get started. 

  1. If you were the CEO of this organisation, what is the first thing you would change? (role-storming) 
  2. What do you think is the most important part of student life/ this workplace? 
  3. What are some topics or issues that you are passionate about? 
  4. What must we do to lose more students or employees? (reverse braining storming
  5. What can we do to hinder students/employees from learning? (reverse braining storming
  6. If you were the Chancellor of this university, what is the first thing you would change? (role-storming) 
  7. What do you think about …. topic? 
  8. What should we continue doing? 
  9. What should we stop doing? 
  10. What are some areas in which you would like to develop greater expertise? 
  11. What issues should be addressed at your university/company? 
  12. What resources do we need? 
  13. What would make this project particularly unique? 
  14. In what field or facility is your institution of education lacking behind? 
  15. Where can students/employees make the biggest contribution right now? 
  16. What courses have you taken in the past that you found particularly interesting or challenging? 
  17. What do you think are the most pressing challenges facing your field of study? 
  18. What are some emerging trends or technologies in your field of study? 
  19. What things stand out the most when thinking about our institution/organisation? 
  20. What are some potential research questions or hypotheses related to your field of study? 
  21. Sum up this topic in one word. 
  22. What real-world problems could be addressed through your field or line of work? 
  23. What are some alternative viewpoints or perspectives related to your field or line of work? 
  24. What areas within your field of study do you feel are currently underexplored or understudied? 
  25. What are skills or knowledge that you feel are important for success in your future career in your field of study? 

Start using word cloud polling for icebreakers and brainstorming sessions...

Vevox's word cloud polling feature is a powerful tool that can take your brainstorming sessions and icebreaker activities to the next level. You can generate new ideas and encourage participation by engaging your audience with visually appealing and interactive polls. With Vevox, you can easily create and customize word cloud questions, and view real-time results that can inform your decision-making. So, why not give Vevox's word cloud polling feature a try in your next brainstorming session or icebreaker activity? We're confident that you'll see a positive impact on engagement, creativity, and collaboration.

Other Suggested Word Cloud Resources