What You Get with Workplace
In part 1 of Workplace by Facebook, we covered the basics. What the service offered and how to get your business starting using Workplace. In this article, I am going to go more into detail about the features the service has to offer. So if you have not checked out part one I recommend taking a peak.
Groups are the best way to organize your business communications within Workplace. You will have control over which team members can create groups, as well as set permissions for access. Groups can be public or private and team members can post, comment and share within the group just like Facebook.
Workplace Chat gives your team members the capability to communicate directly with on and another. Chat lets your team send messages, files, images, videos, audio clips, and much more to anyone in the company. Therefore, chat is an excellent way to communicate on group projects.
Live Video lets you broadcast live messages to individuals, specific groups or across all of Workplace. Team members can engage directly with the video presenter. This is great for announcements about the business or important updates.
Events make scheduling a piece of cake, as well as allows you to easily track participation and engagement.
Org Chart makes it easy for your team members to connect professionally within Workplace. Giving your team a visual breakdown of every team member and their role in the business. As a result, a connection can be made easily while your team members have the ability to reach out to anyone on the Org Chart.
Each team member has the ability to translate posts in their newsfeed into their native language. Because of this Workplace is a perfect fit for businesses that communicate with individuals around the world.
What is your thought on Facebook’s Workplace? Do you guys utilize the feature or stick to another project management software? Comment with your feedback, we’d love to hear from you!
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