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Facebook Messenger adds support for group payments

Facebook Messenger adds support for group payments

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For a couple of years, users of Facebook Messenger can make payments of money between two people, but starting today the social network allows to make payments of money between groups of people and of course, as it is today, it is Free, fast, simple and secure.

Facebook introduced person-to-person payments within Messenger in early 2015, but today the company announced that the feature is expanding to support groups, too. The payments function works basically the same way in group chats as in private chats, but now allows users to pay everyone in the group or individual members through a click of the payment icon (the dollar sign)

The payment icon can be selected after clicking the plus sign in the lower left of the group conversation. This is where the other less-used features like games, shared location, prompts and more are hidden in a new scrollable user interface that came along with the Facebook debut of its Messenger assistant, M, earlier this month.

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