The rating system will show information from the last 90 days and will break down how many users have given you each rating by star. It will also highlight the specific issues that people mention, such as serving size, temperature and flavor. But what about the positive or negative ratings that drivers can give to customers and restaurants? Does that do anything? For example, if a customer gets enough positive feedback, are they banned from accessing the UberEATS app? Are restaurants that receive low driver ratings from UberEATS prohibited from accessing UberEATS? Or is it just a psychological trick on the part of Uber, a way to help drivers let off some steam without giving them any power over the customer or restaurant that has annoyed them? Okay, some problems with food arise from the restaurant, but when Uber Eats is between the consumer and the establishment, you will be at the mercy of Uber Eats and not the restaurant that is willing to reimburse you, Uber Eats, has failed me. Users can now also mark a restaurant as a favorite so that it appears at the top of the restaurant feed, and the application will suggest dishes based on the user's taste and previous orders.
Today, Uber announced some changes to the UberEATS app aimed at helping users decide what to eat. First of all, the company has incorporated a five-star rating system to the restaurants listed in the application and users can now rate the restaurant where they ordered, as well as give each individual dish a thumbs down or a thumbs down. All of these community ratings are displayed in the app for anyone to see and will reflect the data from the previous 90 days. Uber looks for restaurants with ingredient lists similar to those of the most popular foods but with few stocks and asks them if they want to create a virtual restaurant within the UberEATS application that makes that kitchen available to users.
Uber looks for restaurants with ingredient lists similar to those of the most popular foods but with little supply and asks them if they want to create a virtual restaurant within the UberEATS application that makes that food available to users. The best restaurant review sites Google My Business, Facebook, Yelp, TripAdvisor, Zomato, OpenTable, Zagat, The Infatuation.