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  • Zenly gamifies social distancing to prompt change
  • Zenly gamifies social distancing to prompt change
    Qim Manifester (2020) ©
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Zenly gamifies social distancing to prompt change

As some people struggle to adapt to remaining indoors under COVID-19 lockdown, the Zenly app is gamifying behavioural change with a social distancing leaderboard. With research showing that gamification can increase brand loyalty, there’s an opportunity for brands to make good of a bad situation. 

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