The new Facebook will bring simpler design and faster performance to billions of people. With the new Workplace by Facebook redesign, we’re bringing the same innovation to global enterprise. Here’s what’s changed – and why it means huge performance improvements for everyone.

Over the last two years, the platform has connected thousands of work communities and millions of people with this aim in mind. It also learned a lot about how people use Workplace — things they love and the things they’d like to add to make work even faster, smarter, and more connected.

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In addition to building community at work, people want to use Workplace by Facebook to collaborate and have the information they need at their fingertips. They want tools like Workplace Groups and a Notifications inbox that enable collaboration, reduce the reliance on email, and allow them to chat and share files quickly.

What’s changed?

The new web experience is faster and includes a host of new features to help work get done. It makes it easier for people to connect and collaborate. It also ensures that the core experience of using Workplace by Facebook remains familiar and intuitive.

1. Quickly get to the information needed

The new navigation makes it easy to switch between Workplace groups, Notifications and Workplace Chat. The new notifications view helps one to stay on top of your notifications by displaying them as an inbox and enables you to filter them based on your preferences. You also have more granular controls over your notifications.

2. Get work done faster with fewer distractions

Groups are where people get work done. So now they are much more prominent, and it’s easy to keep track of the groups you’ve joined, to re-order your shortcuts, and to navigate to the groups that are most important to you.

You can also collapse both the navigation and the right-hand column to focus on the content you care about. The new design leverages the latest in Facebook research and infrastructure to speed up the interface significantly.

3. Easily find and connect with people

The home page leverages the machine learning elements of the “work graph” to focus on the people and groups closest to you. You can find what you need in the Home tab and if you’re working on a Teams & Project group, you can switch between the “Posts” and the “Chat” tabs easily to make sure everyone’s on the same page.

You can also use the redesigned files tab to organize your work on Workplace. And that means a reduction in the number of clicks you’ll need to find someone, to start a chat, or to connect your groups and chats.

Find out more You can learn more about improvements to the performance user experience from the Workplace design here. You’ll find lots of material including a quick introductory video and a series of guides to the changes. If you’re already a Workplace user, there’s also a selection of messaging you can share to explain what this means for everyone in your organization. You can also join our webinar to see the changes firsthand.