Alternative products to Workplace Desktop by Facebook

Workplace Desktop by Facebook

Facebook's Slack competitor with chat, screen share & more

One year ago, Facebook launched Workplace to help make companies more connected and productive. So today, we’re launching the Workplace Chat desktop app. Now, anyone can download the app for Workplace Chat on PC, Mac, Android or iOS.

6 alternative and related products to Workplace Desktop by Facebook

Slack

Be less busy. Real-time messaging, archiving & search.

Kevin Guenther CGD
It can be dizzying to consider how many Slack channels I'm running congruently. But I wouldn't want to communicate any other way.
Omer Molad- Co-founder and CEO @ Vervoe
A bit more than just daily 🤓
Benton Meghali- Lead Developer
We use slack very help app.
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Google Hangouts

New web app for Google Hangouts cross-device messaging app

Tejas Kinger- SaaS Product Marketing @ Freshworks Inc
Screen sharing over Google Hangouts. Nothing works better than this in terms of ease of use and simplicity. :)
Anne-Laure Le Cunff- Entrepreneur + mental health advocate.
Hangouts is now more targeted to business users, but it still does the job if you want something that's platform-agnostic, and using your Gmail address to log in.
Anshuman Chadda- MD MPH; Physician Entrepreneur
Let's not forget the most ubiquitous app everyone has that is also free and has tons of features like free phone calls, screen sharing etc
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Zoom

Cloud video conferencing and simple online meetings

Zoom is a powerful online meeting tool for large, distributed teams.

Nagarjun Palavalli
Quite possibly the best video conferencing solution. This was an essential tool for our remote team and for sales calls.
Larisa Deac- UX/UI Designer
Used Zoom for this type of things too. Fairly easy to set up and works well.
Tejas Kinger- SaaS Product Marketing @ Freshworks Inc
We've been using Zoom for a while now. Works well, I'd suggest giving it a go.
Forbes
What is an entrepreneur to do when he starts a company, sells it to a giant, then suffers as the new parent spoils the child? If you're Eric Yuen you leave Cisco Systems and start Zoom -- a fast-growing Sequoia-backed videoconferencing startup
TechCrunch
Zoom, the cloud video conferencing service, announced a $100 million Series D round, entirely funded by Sequoia. The company now boasts a $1 billion valuation, putting it in the vaunted unicorn club. It also announced a significant update to the product that includes the ability for customers and third parties to build applications on top of the Zoom platfor… See more
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