Cartoon of the week: Santa goes digital

eXo Platform Blog

We all love the holiday season, especially Christmas, as it brings joy, hope and fun when we meet our loved ones.

But this year, due to the COVID restrictions, Santa has set the example by deciding to go digital to preserve Christmas cheer during the pandemic.

For that, many brilliant initiatives have been introduced in order to enable celebrations to go ahead respecting the sanitary regulations. The United States Postal Service (USPS) has launched its “Operation Santa” letter-writing campaign, to put people in contact with needy children. The programme has always been intended for families who want to make their children’s wishes come true. But this year it is catching up with the digital age.

Another good initiative is the launch of, an electronic postal service accessible to kids who want to write letters, create wish lists, and even hear back from Santa.

With the development of such initiatives, what would be better than a collaborative tool to better get things done and smoothen the process?

👆 Above is a snapshot of Santa’s latest preparations for the big day!

Let us know what you think of it 😉

On behalf of eXo teams, we wish you all a Merry Christmas and a great start to the new year.

May your holidays be filled with hope, great opportunities, love and rejoicing. May you have a great time with your friends and family this Christmas.

Sending you my best wishes ✨

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Brand & Communication Manager

I am a marketer and social media junkie. I work to optimise eXo’s online brand with content, social media technologies and digital marketing. I mainly write cartoons but I am also a big fan of topics related to internal communications in the digital workplace. I would love to connect with you, so get in touch and join our LinkedIn group ‘Intranet & Digital Workplace’.

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