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Microsoft and Meta (Facebook) have signed an agreement on the integration of the business world’s social media platform Workplace with the video conferencing application Teams. Both apps can now be used simultaneously.
The company, which recently changed the name of Facebook to Meta by leaving it only to the social media platform, launched a new platform called ‘Workplace’ in October 2016. This platform for companies served as an in-house social media and included features such as groups, chat and live broadcasts.
The other day, Meta, which wanted to bring the metaverse to life, made an important agreement with Microsoft. The company announced that Microsoft’s video conferencing application Teams has been integrated into Workplace. However, Microsoft has also added Workplace integration to the Teams app. Thus, the two applications basically merged.
With this combination, Workplace or Teams users will be able to use both platforms at the time of meeting without switching between the two platforms. Users will be able to navigate within the platform by pinning Workplace to the window during the conversation. In addition, Microsoft Teams admins will be able to flag a content on Workplace to be featured.
Although Microsoft and Meta have previously signed Workplace integration with SharePoint, OneDrive and Office 365, the two companies also entered the future race with each other. After Meta introduced the metaverse dreams, Microsoft also showed its own project. It is among the possibilities that these two companies will work together in the future.