1. New feature to link to food blog.
2. Search nearby food with link to food blog for additional useful information.
3. Packing Offer and Followings screens to show food blog if the item is linked to food blog.
4. Minor bug fix on View Nearby screen to enable display of long description.
How HappyPacker works?
The following example shows how HappyPacker helps Ben to get his favourite food without having to travel from Yio Chu Kang to Changi Airport. Jon, the packer, gets $3 to offset his transportation cost.
First, Ben search for food stalls in HappyPacker and he found Wild Olives Paste, complete with a link to FoodieFC food blog. He can create a new food stall in check in screen if he cannot find the stall he wants.
|Ben has craving for |
Wild Olives Pasta
|Ben can view FoodieFC food review |
on Wild Olive.
Ben check in to create a Following on Wild Olives Pasta. A Following is a request for packing food. He can also share the post on Facebook timeline.
|Ben specify some packing details|
|Ben shared on this Facebook timeline|
Jon is having meal at Changi Airport T2 came across this Following on Wild Olive Pasta. He also noted that the delivery destination is Yio Chu Kang, where he lives. He contacts Ben to see if he is interested to have the pasta for dinner.
|Jon is having meal at Changi Airport T2|
staff canteen came across this request to
pack to Yio Chu Kang.
|Jon sends iMessage to iron out|
packing details. If this works out, Jon
will get $3 to offset his MRT fares