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Meta will shut down its Teams competitor Workplace next year

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Meta is throwing in the towel on Workplace, its Facebook-based alternative to office communication platforms like Slack and Microsoft Teams alternative, as reported earlier by TechCrunch. Meta spokesperson Ashley Zandy confirmed to The Verge that it will be available to customers for use through August 31st, 2025. Formerly known as Facebook @ Work, it was used internally for two years before its public launch in 2016, and according to Zandy, there won’t be any changes in terms of its internal use.

Meta will offer a 50 percent discount on the service starting in September, and it’s offered to work with customers on transitioning to the Zoom-owned Workvivo. After September 1st, 2025, Workplace will become read- and export-only until June…

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