OVID-19 struck fast and hard. And most of us had to hit the ground running to accommodate our attitudes and habits as we started working from home. Scheduling platform Doodle compared meetings that took place between February 1 and March 1, 2020, to unpack just how much virtual meeting habits have changed as a result of the coronavirus. In March, Doodle reported a 42 percent increase in the number of virtual meetings—inclusive of both group meetings and 1:1 meetings—to the same period in February. In March, a total of 1,309,165 minutes of meetings were booked on Doodle. And at least 11 percent of those minutes were spent in virtual meetings in March.