Last week we reported about the new project that Facebook‘s been developing and could possibly compete with LinkedIn. This project is about a new professional social network that will allow users that belong in the same organization to collaborate and chat.
Today, new details emerged regarding the new social network. “Facebook at Work” will reportedly launch in January 2015, which means that it’s been already developed and tested in a few companies. In addition, it will start as an ad-free service, in order to build user base.
Facebook‘s members won’t be able to use the service, unless the company they work for has registered within the platform.
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