The Uber Eats app now allows customers to order from multiple stores simultaneously in a single order.
So if you want to order lunch from one place and dessert from another nearby place, you can easily do that on the app.
The feature is part of Uber's efforts to be environmentally sustainable and help customers save money since they don't pay the extra delivery fee.
How close the two locations need to be to each other depends on the time of the day, driver availability, and other factors.
After choosing food from one location, you'll see another option to "Bundle another store" to add what you want from somewhere else in the same order.
This feature offers an alternative to competitor DoorDash's "DoubleDash" feature that lets you order from multiple stores and categories.
DoorDash also has an additional feature, "Drinks with DoubleDash", which allows you to order drinks from one restaurant and food from another.
Uber Eats is also investing in a Google-powered AI chatbot to be launched in the U.S., U.K., Canada, and Australia.