Users of Facebook Messenger will soon be able to share their costs whenever they hang out thanks to a new advanced function.
If you and your friends are always splitting the bill when eating out, visiting amusement parks, or simply having a mini-staycation, the new Split Payments option will undoubtedly come in handy.
“We’re starting to test Split Payments, a free and quick way to split the cost of bills and costs,” Meta stated in an official blog post.
At the present, Meta is focused on improving Facebook and its other products. According to TechTimes, 500 fake Facebook accounts were removed from the platform.
How to Use Split Payments on Facebook Messenger
Meta has been observed attempting to address the supposed poisonous environment of Facebook and Instagram. However, the digital behemoth is also working to improve the tools on its platforms so that customers can get even more out of them.
According to the most recent Gadgets 360 story, the new Split Payments functionality will be released in the United States, making Americans the first to use the new Messenger function.
Meta said that in order to use this tool, you must first click the “Get Started” button, which is available in your group chat or the Payments Hub.
When you’re through, you can share the bill or change your friends’ donations. Following that, you must enter your Facebook Pay information.
You will then receive a request, which may be viewed in your group chat and shared with other members.
Split Bill Apps You Can Try
Since Messenger’s new Split Payments feature hasn’t arrived yet, MakeUseOf reported that there are other apps with the same function you can rely on.
These applications are specifically designed to divide the bills among your group depending on your preferences. These include the following:
- Snap & Split Bil
- Settle Up