Facebook new online “Order Food” Feature

by Intellectual Insider
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Facebook new online “Order Food” Feature

WASHINGTON: Facebook introduced on Friday a Facebook new online “Order Food” Feature to make it less complicated for users to order food from nearby eating places and service providers without leaving the Social Network.

A new “Order Food” feature rolled out for American users let facebook users order delivery or takeout from restaurant chains. Facebook combines with a number of food ordering companies like eat street, transport.com, Doordash, Chownow and Olo, in addition to restaurants like Jack in the box, Five guys, papa john’s, and Panera, so you don’t must seek thru multiple places to locate what you’re looking for.

From neighbourhood spots to countrywide chains, Facebook connects you with old favourites and new discoveries in only a few taps. You may even take a look at out what your pals have to say about a restaurant earlier than you order your food.

 

 

Facebook has been testing this feature considering last 12 months and is rolling out the service to users within the USA on its desktop, iOS and Android applications, with new partners.

Facebook new online "Order Food" Feature

“People already go to Facebook to figure out what to eat by reading about nearby restaurants, and seeing what their friends say about them. So, we’re making it even easier,” read a blog post by Facebook Vice President Alex Himel.

“From local spots to national chains, Facebook connects you with old favourites and new discoveries in just a few taps. You can even check out what your friends have to say about a restaurant before you order your food.”

Facebook new online "Order Food" Feature

 

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The world’s largest social network (Facebook) has more than 2 billion active users.

The move expands the capacity of Facebook to preserve users on its platform, with services along with money-transfer, business services and ride-hailing available from its predominant application or messaging services.

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