The World’s largest social networking site, Facebook (NASDAQ FB), has come up with yet another new version. This time, the Mark Zuckerberg led Facebook has come up with a version which deals with the social networking at the workplace. This is being names as FB at Work. Facebook has been getting more conscious towards the working professionals and therefore this move from them, does not come as a major surprise.
Here in this article, we will take a closer look at what FB at Work offers the users and how exactly it would benefit the underlying organisations. we will also look at the revenue model which Facebook might be using for the same.
Many in the market are expecting Facebook to come up with some version which deals with the social networking usage at the workplace. Therefore the release of FB at Work has been expected for a long enough time now. It would be interesting to see how this version is received by the audience.
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Facebook has not commented upon the financial details of FB at Work. This version may or may not be given free of cost. Facebook may also be looking to hold out two versions, one with advertisements and one which is not free but has no ads. Currently there is no official word from Facebook, but the consensus in the market is that Facebook would be looking to add users by making FB at Work free.
FB at Work has some very useful features which are targeted towards the office users. There are group chats which are office based. There is also the use of notifications and posts which are official and useful for people to know about the happenings at the workplace.
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Facebook which has already more than a billion users, are looking to add and diversify in the working environment. FB at Work seems to be targeting the communication which takes place in the office.
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