Workplace by Facebook

Workplace by Facebook

Developed by Facebook, Inc.

  • Category: Business
  • Release Date: 2015-01-15
  • Current Version: 168.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 361.39 MB
  • Developer: Facebook, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    3.5/5 ( 153 Reviews)
  • Price:
    Free
Workplace by Facebook App Ratings: 3.5
3.5
Based on 153 Reviews
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Workplace by Facebook App Description

If your company is using Workplace, use this app to access your existing account and keep track of all your group discussions. Want to get your company on Workplace? Search the web for 'Workplace by Facebook' to learn how. Workplace connects everyone at your company to turn ideas into action. Through group discussion, a personalized News Feed, and voice and video calling, work together and get more done. • Work from anywhere: Move seamlessly from your computer to your smartphone or tablet • Get work done in groups: Unlimited team and project groups for every branch, department or campaign • Safe, secure sharing: Independently-audited security so you can collaborate with confidence Workplace is an ad-free space, separate from your personal Facebook account.

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App Reviews

  • Two Apps

    1
    By JLWark
    Why not make it seven apps? There is literally no reason that this system should be in two separate apps. It creates a less-than-seamless approach to our workflow, which is both frustrating and unprofessional. Maybe your teams should take a few courses on app design. I’m sure the friendly folks over at Apple can help.
  • Great idea but needs a little push

    4
    By BTagInc
    I love the idea of a business related social media. I wish there was a way to sync my Facebook business page to my workplace account. I wish bot building would be easier. I have spent 2 days trying to configure a bot and all failed. I love the aspect of all company based email addresses can login without a invitation. A custom login page with company's logos would be more friendly.
  • Can’t sign up

    1
    By rjlvideo
    Won’t let me use either one of my emails, so I can’t even sign up!
  • Universal links don’t work.

    2
    By i g z
    This app is a mess, but my biggest gripe is the fact that universal links into workplace don’t open the app. The system emails you with relevant posts, but they include a half-sentence preview of their contents (useless!!!!) You’d think that tapping the “view on workplace” button therein would open the app, what with universal links being set up and everything. But no. instead I get taken to safari, where I have to log in to view the posts. The whole thing is extremely frustrating.
  • Stupid

    1
    By 1knh
    In no way shape or form does my work or Work place need access to my personal Facebook account to log me in. This does not keep my work safer in anyway- let’s just share all of our personal information with Facebook, that way they can just hack it all at the same time.
  • Won’t download

    1
    By ccatalyst
    Hard to use it when it takes more than a day just to get it on my phone. :(
  • Push Notifications

    1
    By Jpellegrino89
    So there are tons of people that don’t receive push notifications. As a mobile first company, it stuns me at how everyone gets ignored that has this issue. What’s the deal? Do Walmart employees have this issue as well?
  • Buggy!

    1
    By TechDude84
    Home screen is stuck on “create group” or “find groups” - can’t see the feed! Makes it pretty useless.
  • Great but slowly getting worse

    3
    By Barton Smith
    Workplace is amazing for increasing transparency and communication across the company and for providing tools like Live. But in typical Facebook fashion, a lot of sloppy features are being released before they’re ready. For example, the new calendar integration is cool except that the app constantly prompts me to respond to invites, even on weekends, and there is no option to turn notifications or the feature off.
  • Why would you split apps?

    2
    By montster
    We liked Slack but the limits were annoying. Ryver has a great feature set but it is not very polished. I thought this would be better but the chat app is separate. Why would I want two apps? That is just stupid.

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