Uber Eats is finally group ordering to its food delivery platform, allowing friends or work colleagues to take individual responsibility for choosing their own dish as part of a larger order.

While this will prove popular among its tens of millions of consumer users, Uber has also been pushing its food delivery service in the business realm, and this should prove to be a particularly big draw for group ordering. Indeed, Uber Eats for Business to help companies manage their employees’ food spend from a central dashboard, but it doesn’t include a facility for groups of employees placing orders collectively.

In terms of how it works, the order instigator hits the Start Group Order button on a menu, and then shares a link with whomever

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