In the early morning of September Whatsapp Database 9, Ele.me announced that it would launch the "I'm willing to wait 5 minutes/10 minutes longer" function, calling on users to be more considerate of the delivery staff. Regarding the new function released by Ele.me this Whatsapp Database time, public opinion is mixed, but as a product manager, I can see some product logic behind this new function. Write it down for discussion. 2. Public opinion On the day Ele.me announced the launch of "willing to wait for 5 minutes",
CCTV News launched a public survey on "Is it useful to set the function of waiting for 5 more minutes on the food delivery platform?" The survey showed Whatsapp Database that 75% of netizens voted for the option of "No, the platform should optimize the algorithm, not the consumers who 'dump the pot'". Then, something surprising happened. In a short period Whatsapp Database of time, the number of people who supported the platform to set the "wait for 5 minutes function" increased rapidly and became the choice of most people.
CCTV commentator Bai Yansong also commented in "News 1+1": "Is this 'mysterious power' surnamed 'Water'?", and expressed his firm opposition to "waiting 5 more minutes" to solve the problem, the platform should be tested and supervision, not to dump the Whatsapp Database blame on consumers. CCTV's commentators, especially Bai Yansong's comments represent the voices of most users, but we can't deny that at least the initial 25% of users voted. It seems that the launch Whatsapp Database of Ele.me this time has indeed caused a lot of controversy. This article does not delve into whether this function hurts consumers, but starts from why Ele.