Facebook To Release Its Slack-Like Messenger
You might have heard that Facebook has been working on an product to compete with Slack-like messenger for the past two years, and according to a new report, it might be ready for a commercial release.
Slack is a messenger platform popular among companies and teams. There are alternative options available for several tips and tricks, and soon, one of those options will be from Facebook. The social network has been developing it for awhile and already has 450 companies using it.
It’s called Facebook at Work. Facebook began testing it in 2015 and has signed up big clients like the 100,000-employee Royal Bank Of Scotland. The service offers Facebook Groups, Messenger, audio and video calling, and access to the social network’s profiles, Events, and Live video features. It’s unclear if Facebook at Work will be free. Slack has both free and paid tiers ($6.67 per active user).
Perhaps, Facebook at Work will launch for everyone in October and that Facebook will also charge a set monthly fee per active user, though companies of any size will be able to try it before getting charged.
Click here.. to see a video that shows how the service could transform your workplace or how your team communicates on Facebook at Work’s dedicated page.
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