Now draft posts for bosses on Facebook's Workplace

The unified enterprise social platform Workplace by Facebook has rolled out a new feature named "Draft For", that allows employees to write posts for executives to be published in their internal social network.

 

If senior executives approve of the post, they can review and publish the post under their name, according to the report.

 

The feature will also track employee response to a series of posts and predicts how employees will feel about the posts.

 

"Employees can create Q&A posts to address questions in groups or across an organization. Others can add or upvote questions to signal what answers are needed most from management," said the report.

 

Another feature called Safety Alerts - to give employers power to send employees standalone safety-related notifications - is expected to be launch in June.

 

Last year, Facebook launched video calls feature on Portal devices for Workplace customers, yet to arrive in the platform.

 

The Workplace has been developing the use of video for a while aiming to make a way for superiors to send out messages to employees or for people to create group chats about projects.

 

The service starts at $1.50 per month per front-line worker and then has tiers up to $4 and $8. The enterprise social platform was first released in 2016.

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