Release Date: May 2023

Release Notes: May 26

Release highlights in this article

New Features

  • In addition to DoorDash Drive, Uber Direct is now supported as a delivery provider, and tiebreaker-selection logic is in place for clients using both.
  • All of the prebuilt experiences in Order Experience Builder now have support for group ordering.
  • Enterprise settings management for Online Ordering now includes checkout settings.
  • Since DoorDash stopped accepting alcohol deliveries on May 1, Online Ordering ensures that third-party deliveries containing alcohol are either routed to Uber (if enabled) or rejected.
  • Marketplace management for Online Ordering can now publish combo items to the Grubhub marketplace.
  • Online Ordering enables clients to configure custom store attributes that will be surfaced in the API to provide information that an integrator may care about at the store level, such as available amenities.
  • Marketplace management automatically scales and crops images for the DoorDash marketplace, which significantly decreases the likelihood that they will be rejected without requiring the uploading of images that conform to DoorDash guidelines.

Updates & Fixes

  • A new Program Overview dashboard is available on the homepage, and it runs faster than ever before.
  • The Olo integration in the branded app now supports gift card numbers that contain more than 20 digits.
  • An issue involving Koupon Media scratch-off games in the branded app has been resolved.
  • The PDI Enterprise Pricebook now has a setting to prevent disabling or out-of-stocking an entire menu if more than a defined percentage of the data comes back empty or not in stock.
  • The Brink point-of-sale integration for Online Ordering allows clients to use both menu and item modifiers when syncing menus.
  • Additional taxes and fees defined in Online Ordering can now be included or excluded from publishing to third-party marketplaces to prevent fees that don’t apply and/or won’t work with a particular taxing structure.
  • Prebuilt experience #4 in Order Experience Builder has undergone a series of UI/UX changes that include the restaurant address at the top, an updated cart, “Start Order” buttons, font styling, and mouse-over treatment.
  • Order Experience Builder now moves the user’s scroll position to reflect the category selected in the menu.
  • The hamburger icon on the menu for prebuilt experience #1 in Order Experience Builder is now customizable.
  • Order Experience Builder now includes the category descriptions in the menu display.
  • Design #1 in Order Experience Builder now highlights the selected category group among nested categories for a guest browsing the menu.
  • Design #5 in Order Experience Builder now shows the pickup time for an order after submission.
  • Each prebuilt experience in Order Experience Builder now includes a preview link to give a sense of the experience before starting a draft.
  • The language presented in Order Experience Builder when an experience is created better explains the selection of a subdomain and makes it clear that there’s another step to redirect current traffic to Order Experience Builder once publishing is completed.
  • When pushing menus to third-party marketplaces, items can be designated for exclusion from the markup logic so the same price is charged in all ordering platforms.
  • The Revel integration for Online Ordering can now sync matrix child products as sizes.
  • The PDI Enterprise Pricebook integration now better handles slow response times from the API.
  • Clients using enterprise settings management no longer have their delivery settings cleared out.
  • The NCR BSL point-of-sale integration for Online Ordering now verifies prices and taxes separately on orders with discounts to accommodate Radiant RPOS’s lack of support for discount line items.
  • The NCR BSL point-of-sale integration for Online Ordering now allows for excluding fulfillment time on pay-in-person orders, as its inclusion can cause failure with some Radiant RPOS configurations.
  • Menu item tags can now be used to bulk-assign bottle deposits in NCR Radiant, making setup more straightforward and similar to other POS systems.
  • Online Ordering store groups can now be nested hierarchically.
  • Apple Pay for Online Ordering better supports international clients by pulling in the country and currency codes from the store setup.
  • The name of the menu report in Online Ordering has been changed to “Menu and Category Export” to better indicate its use for exporting data to upload into Category Manager.
  • Out-of-stock data coming from PDI is once again being pushed to marketplaces in Online Ordering marketplace management.
  • An issue causing some items to be marked as out of stock without receiving that notification from Toast has been resolved.