Workplace by Facebook

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Collaborative software
Owner Facebook

Workplace is a collaborative platform run by Facebook, Inc., started on October 10, 2016. It may be used to communicate via groups, to chat with colleagues and offers the social networks features in a corporate environment. Its testing started in the beginning of 2015. As opposed to Facebook's website blue color, it uses grey as its visual brand identity.[1]

As of May 2018, the core features of Workplace are available for free[2]. A premium usage tier is offered for $3 per user per month, with a 90-day free trial; this adds customer support and enterprise features such as administrator controls and APIs. Discounts are available for organizations with over 5,000 users; the premium tier is offered free to registered non-profit organizations and educational institutions[3].

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