NEW YORK: You almost certainly already use Facebook at work. Now, Facebook is creating a different version aimed at helping you do real work as an alternative of catching up on baby photos and movement chatter.So Facebook decided lanches a new verion Facebook Workplace
Facebook is launching a connections tool on Monday for businesses, nonprofits and other organisations.
Called Facebook Workplace , the stage is ad-free and not connected to users’ existing Facebook accounts. Instead, businesses sign up as an association and pay a monthly fee based on the number of users. It’s free for nonprofits and instructive institutions.
Julien Codorniou, Director of Facebook at Work, speaks throughout an event to launch “Workplace”, in London.— AFP
Julien Codorniou, head of Workplace at Facebook, said in an meeting that the tool’s aim is to “attach everyone” in all sorts of Facebook workplaces from desk-bound professionals to on-the-go employees who don’t have email or a computer. Besides group chats and video calls, Workplace has live video and a news feed, much like the regular Facebook.
In a exit from Facebook, the background is gray, not blue. Users can build profiles and see updates from co-workers on their news feed. As with the regular Facebook, the company will many updates of facebook on workplace .Many user can check the place of Facebook members and check updates easily..
You know millioner and Billioner of People are using Facebook Now They can see the , Workplace, which works much in the same way, will be very easy and they can easily use like facebook
Organisations have used Workplace, before called Facebook at Work, on an invite-only basis for the past 18 months.
Facebook says more than 2,000 places use it, up from 450 five months ago. They take in the nonprofit Oxfam, the Royal Bank of Scotland, the soup maker Campbell’s and the vacation rental site Booking.com.
The tool itself, though, has been in the works for much longer; it’s based on an interior service that the company’s own employees have been using for approximately as long as Facebook has existed.Facebook said that 5 countries are using at top working on Facebook Workplace, Norway, the US, UK and France. Workplace is available worldwide. About 85% Facebook’s user base is outer surface of the US and Canada.
For one to 2,000 active users, Workplace will cost $3 per user per month. The cost declines with more users, so for 1,001 to 10,000, it’ll cost $2, and $1 for more than 10,000 monthly users. Facebook says it won’t charge for stopped users.
By contrast, Slack, a messaging and group call service, costs $6.67 per user per month for a standard version.
loose is also available for free to try out, and an enterprise version, aimed at entire organisations rather than smaller teams, is in the works.
There won’t be an unlimited free version of Facebook’s Workplace for businesses, though the company is offering a 3-month free trial by Facebook Workplace