DoorDash announced that it has added new features to its app. This could be useful for people who tend to use DoorDash often.
According to DoorDash, new restaurant review features and lists empower consumers to order with confidence, saving thousands of hours annually of decision fatigue searching for what to eat.
The possibilities are endless, but scrolling on the app doesn’t have to be. Today, we are launching new ways to rate, review, and discover the best in every neighborhood while also celebrating and spotlighting our most loved restaurants on Door Dash.
Most Liked Items: Find trusted recommendations from locals at a glance with the “most liked” tags, rate new favorite dishes, and save over 400,000 hours annually, reducing decision fatigue when searching for what to eat.
After ordering on DoorDash, consumers can rate the items in their order by tapping a ‘thumbs up’ or ‘thumbs down’ icon. A restaurant’s three items with the highest numbers of ‘thumbs up’ ratings are displayed on the menu with a “most liked” tag.
Written Reviews: Read other customers’ valuable feedback or share your own recommendations directly in the app.
Public written reviews enable customers to explore detailed feedback and recommendations from their community to discover spots locals are loving directly on the DoorDash restaurant page, saving time toggling between multiple apps to research restaurant reviews.
Top 10 Lists: Peruse curated, dynamic lists that surface the most popular, trending and top-rated restaurants nearby from Top Breakfast Spots to Top New Restaurants.
Top 10 lists leverage DoorDash’s wealth of real-time data from consumer ratings and order volume to showcase the most popular, hottest, and best-rated restaurants to consumers nearby. These lists are dynamic and ever-evolving to further delight and inspire new choices of restaurants or dishes.
Most Loved All Stars: Find customer favorite restaurants that consistently make sure orders are right, on-time, and always delicious.
DoorDash is excited to celebrate top-rated local restaurants that go above and beyond for their customers’ online orders, time and time again with the launch of the Most Loved All Stars. Between the food, the service, and the delivery experience, creating a top-notch customer experience is no small feat.
All of this sounds good, and I can see where it would be useful to most people. Next, DoorDash should require all the restaurants on its app to provide a list of food allergens so people like me can make a safer choice about what to eat.