Facebook now allows you to send and receive money through Facebook Messenger in group chats on Androids and desktops, the company announced Tuesday.

Facebook first introduced payments in 2015, but was limited to two people. The feature is currently available for free in the U.S. for Android and desktop users. The new feature will compete with other apps that allow for payments, such as Venmo, PayPal, Gmail and Square Cash. However, Facebook could be easier for people, since they already use the app to communicate with others.

Read: Gmail App Update: How To Send, Receive Money On Android Devices

How To Request Money On Facebook Messenger Group Chats

  1. Go to your group chat on Messenger

  2. Tap on the plus sign on the bottom-left of the screen next to the camera and photo library icons.

  3. Tap on the Payments icon, next to Games, Location and Request a Ride.

  4. Choose who you want to send or request money from on your contact list and hit Continue.

  5. Enter the amount you want to send or request from friends and a description of what it’s for (i.e. lunch, concert tickets, etc.).

  6. You’ll be able to keep track on who has paid you and who hasn’t. A message on the screen will show who has paid. You can also look at the Request Details in full-screen.

Read: How To Spot Fake News, Facebook Explains; Launches AI ‘M’ To Messenger To Give Suggestions

Facebook did not say when the feature will release for iOS.