Facebook Messenger Update Brings Group Payment Support

In the latest Facebook Messenger update, Facebook brings some exciting features for its Android users. According to latest update, Facebook brings Group payment support. This feature will allow users to send and receive money in groups. Earlier it was only person-to-person payments solution. But this latest update will allow money transfer between groups of people only.

Facebook Messenger Update Brings Group Payment Support

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To send or receive money is very easy. All you need to do is just go to the Messenger app. Go for a group chat, then tap the plus sign button in the bottom left corner of the conversation. Then find the payments icon ($) and tap it. After that, you can then choose who to send or request money from.

You can easily select everyone in the group, or select only a few members. Then enter the amount of money you want to send or request and then tap Request.

Here is how this feature works.

This update is only available for Android users only. iOS users need to wait to get this update.

Recently, Facebook Launched AI Assistant “M”. It will Offer Chat Suggestions in messenger. No doubt, it is a good step taken by Facebook. Since 2015, Facebook was working on its AI assistant. Now Facebook has officially announced it. However, all of its functionalities have not been finalized yet.

Facebook AI assistant, M uses machine learning techniques to offer suggestions in conversations. Unlike Google Assistant, it will pop up in conversions. For some users, it may be a disturbance. So, if any user wants to stop these pop ups, he/she can switch off its Assistant from settings.

For More Details Also Read: Facebook Launches AI Assistant “M”, will Offer Chat Suggestions

Onsa Mustafa

Onsa is a Software Engineer and a tech blogger focuses on innovation in technology. She likes music, photography, traveling and exploring nature.
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