The Financial Times revealed 2 months ago that Zuck’ was covertly crafting a new, and very familiar looking website/app for Facebook’s maturing audience. “Facebook at Work” will allow users to draw a division between their personal and work profiles. A clear shot at LinkedIn, Google, and Microsoft, Facebook is attempting try to win some of the long tail user growth momentum of popular business networking sites. Shielding their sources, the FT.com had claimed that Facebook’s professional site will enable users to chat with coworkers, associate with professional contacts, and work together on common documents. Looks like their sources are good, very good…
Facebook at Work is only available to people who have set up a work account through their employer. Not using Facebook at Work? To let us know if you’d like more information, visit http://facebook.com/help/work. Companies use Facebook at Work to give their employees a place to connect and collaborate.
• Stay up-to-date with a News Feed that shows what’s new and relevant at your company
• Create and join groups to collaborate with co-workers
• Send messages to chat with one person or small groups of co-workers