Facebook’s social networking platform, introduced since 2016, has added 2 million more paid users than it did last October.
According to a Facebook post on May 21, Facebook’s Workplace service has increased its number of users due to the COVID-19 disaster, and now has more than 5 million paid users. COVID-19 has become a popular tool for working remotely with workstations such as Facebook Workplace.
“In the last six months, we have been able to welcome new customers, including Petco, Adeo, Sephora, Virgin Australia, Lojas Renner S.A., Ajinomoto, Smartsheet, TietoEVRY and Delivery Hero,” the Facebook statement said.
With a paid membership, Facebook is launching a video conferencing service such as the Workplace Rooms. Workplace Live Video features live caption subtitles in six languages; Introducing new features such as Work TV video calling, Portal TV. Facebook has announced that it will move hundreds of thousands of jobs remotely.
The number of Collaboration Apps designed to work and connect from home to home during the Corona virus epidemic is growing. Slack had more than 12.5 million active users at the same time last March, with Microsoft Teams daily subscribers up 70% higher than in April and 75 million more than last month.