Facebook Messenger to Bring Split Payment Feature

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Lately, Meta announced that it will be introducing a new Split Payments feature on Facebook Messenger. As the name hints, the feature update will allow users to calculate and split the expenditures directly on the popular messaging platform.

The feature will make it simple to splits the bills and expenses among your families or friends. For instance, with just a few taps, you can split the house rent with the house tenants or split the dinner party bill with your friends.

The news Split Payment feature will allow the users of Facebook Messenger to evenly split the bills or customize the contribution for each person which includes themselves too.

Meta in its blog post said mentioned that starting this week, the Split Payments feature will be rolling out to Messenger users in the US. As we mentioned earlier the new feature will help users share bills, payments, and expenses.

For using the Split Payments feature, users will need to tap the “Get Started” button in either group chat or the Payment Hub within Facebook Messenger. Once you reach that particular step, you can split the bill equally or customize the contribution amount according to the use case or situation. Then, you can enter a custom message stating about the bill or anything else. Now, you need to confirm Facebook Pay details. Once the details are verified, the payment request message is sent to the group chat.

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