Apr 13, 2021
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About this Deal
A picture is worth a thousand words. That’s why when restaurants and other merchants join Uber Eats, they work with them to add the best art to their menus. Their consumer research tells us that not only do customers feel more comfortable making food decisions with photos—but they’re actually more likely to purchase items when there’s photo proof.
With months of feedback from restaurant partners, Uber is now ready to take merchant storytelling to the next level within the app, bringing new ways to share photos, stories, and hospitality on Uber Eats.
Here’s how it works: When restaurants connect their store’s Instagram account to their Uber Eats account, consumers on Uber Eats will see their feed directly in the app, allowing them to scroll through for food photos, location updates, specials, and more.