Join one of our latest global webinars. In half an hour we’ll show you what you need to know about Workplace. And, if you like the look of it, you can have a 90-day trial. For free.
We built Workplace by Facebook to give everyone a place to work together. A space for your organization to collaborate more effectively in a mobile-first world. A set of familiar tools to give people a voice and help them get more done.
Discover Workplace. And find out everything you need to know
We’re now hosting a new series of Discover Workplace webinars. Join us and see a live introduction to the key features of the platform. We’ll show you how to set up your community if you’re thinking of getting started. And we’ll give existing users lots of useful top tips to help put Workplace at the center of your organization.
Our webinars are live and direct, so you’ll also have an exclusive opportunity to ask the Workplace team any questions. Sign up for free right here.
Who is it for?
Everyone. Whether you’re in research mode, just starting out, or you’ve been using Workplace for some time. We apply a global approach to learning and host webinars across time zones so just find a time that suits and register for free.
What you’ll learn
In just 30 minutes you’ll discover:
- Why Workplace by Facebook?
- How Workplace can improve collaboration in your team
- And the people you work with outside of your organization
- How Workplace bots and integrations speed up your processes and get more done
- Next steps to get started
- Live Q&A
Why Workplace works
Workplace gives you a mobile and intuitive experience. It brings people together to communicate and collaborate using features like Groups, Live, Chat, Events, and Org Chart. And, because people already know how to use Facebook, these are tools that are instantly familiar to users.
Over 14,000 organizations now use Workplace to help transform the way they work. And we’re delighted we can now include Walmart on the list of companies like Starbucks, Heineken, Delta Airlines, Danone, Deliveroo, Spotify, Virgin Atlantic and Airtel already using the platform.