The launch of “View as Delivery Person” on Uber Eats is a welcome step towards increased transparency for users when ordering food via the app. By displaying how much personal information is shared with their delivery person, customers can feel more confident about what information they share when placing an order. This feature will help to decrease the chances of identity theft, and make it easier to trust and rely on the food delivery service.
The delivery process can be a little confusing, but it’s mostly straightforward. The courier will see your approximate delivery location and any customer notes you may have added regarding your order, and once the delivery is complete they will see your delivery location without any additional information. This means that no one but you and the courier knows exactly where your order is located at all times – great for keeping secrets!
The new product, called “View on Delivery,” gives riders the ability to see what is shared with couriers when they place an order via the Uber Eats app. The feature is only available in the US and Canada, but it allows riders to see information like their exact location and which menu item they are ordering. It’s a way for riders to have more control over what is shared with couriers, and it can provide insights into rider behavior that may not be captured by other tracking methods like GPS.
In the year 2023, Uber Eats will be an essential part of many people’s lives. Whether it’s picking up a quick meal or getting supplies for cooking at home, the app will be
Uber’s “Delete After Order” feature allows you to see exactly what information the app deletes after specific orders. For example, if you choose the “Leave at Door” option, the delivery person takes a picture of the order at your door to confirm the delivery. This photo is never stored and is deleted when the delivery person closes their app.
Uber has been trying to make riders more comfortable by adding more privacy features. Recently, they added a feature that keeps your delivery person from seeing certain information about you, such as your payment method or phone number. This way, they don’t have any way of contacting you or rating your delivery service.
Uber seems to be taking a page out of Amazon’s playbook by launching a feature that allows users to view the delivery process as an Uber driver. By doing so, customers can get a better idea of what it takes to become a professional Uber driver and perhaps even consider becoming one themselves.