The Uber Destination Filter is a great feature if you’re traveling in a group. When enabled, the filter prompts your driver to only pick up at passengers going to destinations that match what you’ve input into the app. This way, your ride will be 100% focused on getting you and your friends to where you need to go regardless of any extra stops or detours.

There are a number of ways you can go about using Uber Destination Filter, including specifying which passengers are going to be dropped off first and last. Here’s the complete guide on how to use UBER Destination Filter for your ride!

How To Use The Uber Destination Filter?

When calling an Uber car, simply input the name of the location you and your friends will be departing from and arriving at. For example: If you’re meeting up at a restaurant, input this as your departure point (and destination if necessary). Then, once you call for an Uber car to pick you up, select one of your destinations as where you need to go next.

This process will filter out all possible Uber drivers who will be unable to take your group, and only those willing to take you where you need to go. The Destination Filter isn’t just limited to meeting up with friends either – it can help if you’re going on a work trip or vacation too! Check out the full list of ways this feature can be used below:

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What If I Don’t Want To Use Uber Destination Filter?

If you decide not to use the destination filter, we definitely recommend requesting a ride as soon as possible and confirming your exact destination. If you know where you’re going, it’ll be easier for your driver to take the fastest route and get you there on time.

Finally, if a passenger doesn’t have a fundamental address saved in their Uber account, then they won’t have the option to enable Destination Filter when calling for a car. This ensures that riders are able to get to where they’re going without any detours or confusion.

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So if you’re going from the airport to home, input “Departure Airport” as your intended drop off point. Then when calling for a ride, choose the second drop-off location as where you actually need to go. This way, there’s no further confusion and your driver will be able to take the fastest route – ending up with a seamless and stress-free ride.

What did you think of Uber Destination Filter Tips? Share your thoughts in the comments section below! We’d love to hear from you!

Also, if you have any further questions or need assistance booking a ride, feel free to contact our UBER Support Team. Simply tap ‘Help’ within the Uber app or alternatively, click here. We’re open 24/7!

How to set your destination on the Uber

You’ll now have the option to set your destination as a specific address, or as an area of town until you confirm it with your driver. Here’s what you need to know about using Uber’s Destination Filter:

  1. Open the app and select ‘Where To?’.
  2. Enter a location by searching for a restaurant/café/venue name. This is an efficient way to set your destination when you’re planning on meeting people in that area, but aren’t sure exactly where they’ll be located.
  3. Save an address by scrolling down and tapping ‘Save Address’. If you want to ensure you come back in the right place in future, save the address in your contacts and specify it as a favorite.
  4. Set the destination to an area of town by scrolling down and tapping ‘Choose Area’. You can also select this option if you know you’re going somewhere, but don’t know the exact address just yet.
  5. Finally, enter your desired drop-off point by tapping ‘Drop-off Location’.

This way, you can ensure that an Uber car will take you to the right place. Plus, this feature is super useful if you’re going somewhere not often used – such as an event or conference.


Both the Destination Filter and Requesting a ride as soon as you land are great features that can help ease any worries or stress associated with getting from point A to point B. It’s easy to use and saves time too, so we definitely recommend using it whenever possible!

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