splits bill on google pay

Google announced its plans to introduce a bill splitting feature in its UPI payment app Google Pay. The company has now started rolling out this nifty feature, and you can use it to easily split bills on google pay among your friends. Here’s everything you need to know about how to use Google Pay’s bill splitting feature.

Splits bill on google pay

First, create a new Google Pay Group
1. Open Google Play and tap on the “New Payment” button at the bottom of the screen. From the next page, tap on “New Group” to create a new group on Google Pay.

2. You’ll see an option to add a contact to your Google Pay group. You can use the search box or choose a contact from the “Recent Contacts” or “Google Pay Contacts” suggestion list. Select the contact and tap “Next” from the top-right corner to proceed.

3. Now you should name the group and press the “Create” button to open it.

How to split spending on Google Pay

1. Now that you have created a Google Pay group, you can start billing with your friends. To get started, press the “Split an expense” button, enter the total amount you plan to split and tap “Next.”

2. Now you will see the option to split among the group members. There are options to split evenly or enter a custom amount to be paid to someone. If no one in the group has your money, you can choose to deselect them and split the total amount among the rest. You can also optionally add a description to quickly identify the expense later. Once done, tap on “Send Request” to raise the payment request.

3. You can view the spend request from the group chat window and check whether your friends have paid the amount or not.

4. If you change your mind, you can tap the vertical three-dot menu icon in the top right corner and tap “Close Request” to cancel the payment request you made in the Google Pay app.

How to Delete Google Pay Group

1. Open the Google Pay Chat group and tap on the header to access the Settings page. Here, you can manually remove members by tapping on the ‘minus’ button next to the user’s name. From the confirmation pop-up, select “Remove from Group”.

2. Once you remove all the members, you can leave the group. To do this, tap “Leave Group” and confirm your decision in the prompt that appears now.

Split bills easily on Google Pay

Google Pay’s bill splitting feature makes it easy to keep track of your expenses on night outs with your friends and make sure they don’t forget to pay you back. Since Google Pay is a payments app first, the payment process is also easy, as opposed to most dedicated bill-splitting apps where you need an additional app to settle bills. If you are someone who uses other competing UPI apps like PhonePe, has bill splitting convinced you to switch to Google Pay? Share your thoughts with us in the comment section below.

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