This Tuesday (28), Instagram launched a sticker for Stories that facilitates food orders by customers of delivery apps. The "Request Meal" button can be added to the publications of Rappi and UberEats partner restaurants. When clicking on the sticker, the user is redirected to the establishment's page in the respective app.
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The "Order Meal" sticker is available on the Instagram Stories sticker menu. To use it in publications, I need to register the link for a dish or a restaurant by Rappi or Uber Eats, social network partners in this novelty. The button can also be added to the restaurant's profile, as long as the account is configured as commercial.
'Request Meal': sticker on Instagram facilitates food orders Photo: Ana Letcia Loubak / TechTudo
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When clicking on the sticker or button on the profile, the person is redirected to a checkout page in the delivery application to complete the purchase. The new sticker helps small businesses, as it allows accounts with less than 10,000 followers and, therefore, without the right to "drag up" to insert an external link in Stories. Ordinary users can also use the sticker to advertise their favorite restaurants.
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Instagram lana tool for fundraising in lives
As of this Tuesday, it will also be possible to create a fundraising campaign for Instagram lives. To do this, just tap "Live" at the bottom of the screen, select "Fundraising campaign" and choose a non-profit organization to support. Instagram reports, in real time, how many people are supporting the fundraising campaign and the amount raised.
Instagram lana tool for donations in lives Photo: Divulgao / Instagram
The social network also released a sticker to celebrate the donations. The "I donated" sticker will only be available to users who contribute to fundraising campaigns.
Facebook launches coupon option to support small businesses
The launch of the "Request Meal" sticker is part of a series of Facebook actions to support small and medium businesses during the Covid-19 crisis. Mark Zuckerberg's company also announced that it will facilitate the creation and promotion of coupons through posts and stories on Facebook and Instagram.
Companies interested in participating can access the Impulsione com Facebook site (www.facebook.com/business/news/diario-impulsione-com-facebook) and choose one of the e-commerce partners, such as Loja Integrada, Nuvemshop and Cora, to configure the coupon. Once created, the coupon will appear in a notification in the Facebook feed for people who are within a radius of up to 15 km from the establishment.