Sitting all day and chatting with colleagues over Zoom or other videoconferencing apps sounds easy. After all, you’re not exerting much physical energy, so you should feel fresh as a daisy at the end of the workday. But if you’ve Zoomed through your day, you know that’s not true.
In reality, the increase in videoconferencing, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic when people are making video calls for both work and fun, has led to the phenomenon known as Zoom fatigue.
What does that mean? “We see another person, and so we have the experience of presence, yet we