A must-have tool for onboarding
December 20, 2021

A must-have tool for onboarding

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Gametize

We're experimenting with Gametize to enhance onboarding in our company by creating a pop-quiz like questionnaire where new employees can pick the best answers (from all the correct answers) and discuss them with existing employees. This helps new people learn how to approach problem solving from multiple angles as well as enables further development of ideas which might not have been brought up previously.
  • User interface
  • Available content options
  • Training
  • Intra-team social interaction
  • Learning platform
  • Cross browser support
  • log in options
  • Mobile support
  • Features
  • Ease of use
  • Pricing options
  • Employee engagement
  • Cost cutting
  • Reducing training time
  • Overall enablement of social interactions in a difficult WFH environment of today.

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Are you happy with Gametize's feature set?


Did Gametize live up to sales and marketing promises?

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Did implementation of Gametize go as expected?


Would you buy Gametize again?


For now it's a solid 8 used as a tool to help new people get familiar with what we do. It's helping us in the process of bringing new employees up to speed with the standards of problem solving & situation handling via the means of quick, easy to do, non-mandatory quizzes. And because it introduces a bit of a competitive nature, it's not very hard to get people to check it out.

Using Gametize

8 - Already answered. Think of better questions TR.
1 - Basic computer skills.
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  • answered
  • this
  • do better, TR.
  • Already answered through various other questionnaires.
  • We use it for onboarding and helping new employees learn intricate details of their jobs.
  • Future personal development of employees.
  • Maybe some fun social events.
Because we like the tool, until there's a better one around we'll keep using it.