JoyHawkins

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I just spotted delivery icons in the 3-pack for McDonalds while searching.

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Clicking on it leads you to a Google interface that allows you to order from one of their delivery order platforms.

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It's definitely more prominent now than it was before. Are you guys seeing this on other major chains?
 

Scott Rawlins

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Yep, seeing it in Atlanta too. But it doesn't seem that all locations in this search have it.

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Yan Gilbert

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I got doordash without any other choices.


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After I agree, it brings me to to menu type page


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Yes, that's the only option I get. Interesting enough, that same search even now has changed a little. The A spot now says "Pickup" and not "Order".
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Test?
 
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Here's something else possibly related I just noticed - an Ad for DoorDash in the GMB listing on the right side of the search results:

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I wonder if Google and DealDash have some sort of partnership.
 

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Hi! My client just got a deck from Google on "Food Ordering on Google," and I wonder if this will be incorporated with the little delivery icon? The Food Ordering is available on iOs, Android AND Desktop. It's the button we've been seeing in the news and has the "New! View menu and order food" banner. Will they be separate features or will they eventually merge?
 

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