Microsoft's Docs.com announced yesterday that it now supports sharing documents within Facebook Groups. Microsoft's Fuse labs brought Docs.com to Facebook back in April, but the service hasn't necessarily taken off, in part because sharing documents with a specific group was unwieldy, as you had to add people manually.
Now Docs.com ensures integration into Facebook Groups, something that wasn't previously possible for third-party apps. Users can share documents within a Group for others to view or edit. Updates to Docs.com will post a story to the Group's Wall as well as to the newsfeeds of its members. And you can leave comments about documents on the Group Wall or within the document itself.
We don't need to have Microsoft Office installed to use Docs.com, but the system only supports Word, Excel, PowerPoint and PDF file uploads.
By: Audrey Watters
Source: Read Write Web