Arthur the Rubber Chicken

A rubber chicken that brings the focus back to the meeting 🐓

Rubber chickens are known for studying radiation in space, singing Star Wars theme songs and lately, helping teams have productive meetings.

I'm Arthur, a rubber chicken that you can squeeze every time you want to bring the conversation back to the main issue.

Feel free to overuse me!

Discussion
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8 Reviews5.0/5
Hey PH!! 🕵️‍♀️ 🕵 Mauricio from Dailybot here. We came up with the idea of Arthur 2 weeks ago after a very unproductive meeting we had. Our team is fully remote and we use Zoom on a daily basis for our meetings using the ‘raise hand’ feature often, but we lacked a more non-polite way to get everyone’s attention back to the main issue when necessary. We have made this fun way of having more productive meetings and are now sharing it with the world to get feedback and improve it. So go ahead and squeeze that chicken 🐓 and let us know what you think!
@maomorales ❤️ this!
@abadesi thanks! 💙
Hahaha, thought this was a physical chicken but was even more impressed with what was there. The hands up thing is cool too!
@nickchuckwalter thanks for your feedback and we're glad to hear that you liked Arthur 🐓
@nickchuckwalter Thanks for the love Nick! We are delighted with our vegan friendly chicken 😃

I like the whole idea a lot, I just don't know if it is actually going to be useful for my meetings

Pros:

- Cool design

- Cool concept

- Cool functionalities

Cons:

Too funny to be serious

Hey Cristina! Thanks for your review. Making it funny was actually one of our design premises since interrupting someone can be somewhat awkward. We hope you find Arthur useful for your meetings 😃
lol this is so cool!
@harowitzblack That disco chicken tho!
@pepelondono it's Hector, Arthur's little bro!
Lol would probably be useful if one could squeeze the rubber chicken only once every 3 mins - cause I can see this being an issue when the team just starts playing with the chicken 🙃
@zelena Hi Elena! The chicken can indeed be funnily distracting in the beginning, but after you set some rules and the hype has passed away, it becomes a very useful tool 😃 Your feedback is well received and makes sense since we don't see a need of getting back the attention so often, thanks!