April Fools' is a tradition of practical jokes and hoaxes on 1 April each year. Jokesters also display their acts by screaming at the receiver "April Fools!" These pranks may be involved with the news media and could be disclosed the next day as well.

The day is not a public vacation in any country except Odesa, Ukraine, where it is an official city holiday, on the first day of April.  It has been traditionally reasonably popular in the world to set aside a day for the playing of playful pranks on the neighbors. 

April Fools' Day is a wonderful way to raise the team's spirits and make your coworkers' day even more exciting, despite not working together, but remotely. It can be a memorable joke to make people feel connected and contribute to improved connectivity and efficiency.

Make some Zoom changes

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The majority of meetings take place on camera now. You can turn your background into something amusing and enjoyable by using Snapchat filters. This is an opportunity for you to be a kitten, a banana, or a potato. Or you can go over a static picture and turn the backdrop into a video of yourself.

Create a fake company announcement

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In 2018, Burger King, a giant for fast food, became viral when he introduced a Whopper chocolate hamburger. Of course, the burger was not real, but it was a prank of April Fool's Day. Take into account what false messages you might reveal to your staff or customers, maybe a new logo, or a surprising colleague announcement?

Screen-share something others are not supposed to see

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One of the greatest 'oops' moments is where an employee shares something they weren't supposed to on the computer unintentionally. Make the most of this by making fictional files or documents on every screen you share, such as "referral letter" or „Dr. Phil audition."

Bear in mind when planning a joke for remote workers: it shouldn't hurt anyone or something. This means avoiding any offensive terms, damaging property, or disclosure of private information. The bottom line is that everybody laughs politely, comfortably, and professionally. And to have fun, of course!