The social media giant just launched Workplace by Facebook.
The new platform was designed specifically for interactions with colleagues, clients, and partners.
It looks and feels a lot like the Facebook we all know and love, with newsfeeds, walls, and groups, but it’s not connected to your personal account at all.
Tools like high-def video conferencing, along with video and audio chats and even automatic translation features, will be easy to use since billions of people have already been using Facebook for years.
Competitors like Slack, Yammer, and Jive have already been used at work for some time, so it will be interesting to see how Workplace stands up against the others.
Workplace is already available, so you could find out for yourself very soon.
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