While current remote communication tools are well designed for small groups of four to five people, they tend to be less effective and less meaningful for larger social groups. The act of formally initiating the communication by calling can also act as a barrier and reduce the number of interactions. In real life however, one could simply approach people and initiate conversation. For students and office workers who are in isolation, this hinders the ability to have a social break experience. When they don’t feel the incentive to call someone, their break is often spent alone.