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Facebook, on the other hand, has not been as aggressive in building out that aspect of the Workplace platform, with the primary integrations being with some of the more popular services on the market today like Box, Microsoft, Dropbox and Quip/Salesforce.
But my guess is that this is not near the end of where Facebook plans to go.
A few days ago, Facebook broke its text-and-photo format wide open and launched instant Skype video calling for Facebook friends.
The timing was odd–or perfect–as Google had just introduced Google , a social initiative that had a group video chat product, “Hangouts,” as a core offering.
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Today, the company is releasing a desktop app for Workplace Chat, with new features like screen sharing and, in coming months, group video chat, which will let people create virtual “rooms” of up to 50 people for interactive video conferences.The two apps have been in beta for a little while, as spotted by my colleague Josh earlier this month.What was not known was Facebook’s plans to put Google Hangouts — as well as Meet, the enterprise version of Hangouts that Google launched in February — in its crosshairs by adding in group video conversations.Workplace hit a major scaling milestone last month when it signed up Walmart, the world’s biggest employer with 2.2 million employees, as a customer.But while Facebook has made a lot of progress in terms of signing up new users, it’s been somewhat slower in terms of how it has built out the product overall.When Josh spotted the beta of the Chat desktop app with screen sharing, Facebook said the app was made in response to what users were most requesting.But just as important, another key reason is engagement.The idea is that everyone, from executive to barista to warehouse assistant, will find Workplace easy to use because, well, it looks and feels a lot like the hugely popular Facebook.However, the new desktop apps — for both PC and Mac — are a hat tip that there are, in fact, a lot of those desk-sitters using Workplace, too.“We [first] put everyone on the same network and connect them…when that happens, it goes from communication to automation.” Some of this, it seems, may already be happening on Workplace in smaller cases.