This article explores all possible use cases for stores. To understand the role of stores, we can list out a few things:
Like stores in UrbanPiper, aggregators also have a similar concept of a virtual store which has a unique ID known as Restaurant ID. The mapping of a store means integrating the aggregator Restaurant ID to its corresponding UrbanPiper store ID.
Now we can look into what do we control for the stores on the aggregators.
1. Store Delivery Status Toggle: We can control the store delivery status for Swiggy and Zomato. Different ways to control the status are mentioned below.
Navigate to Hub→Platforms. Select the aggregator from the dropdown. You can then turn on/off the store using the button in the toggle status column. This action can be performed on multiple stores as well by selecting them using the radio button on the left. Once selected you can either enable or disable the selected stores using the Tick or the Cross buttons which appear on top.
Settings→Store Settings. Select the aggregator, and then turn on or off the store.
|Note: The above-mentioned functions will turn on/off the stores for delivery on aggregators only. You can deactivate the store by checking off the Active check in the Stores section on Quint.|
2. Store Publish: The menus for the stores can also be published onto aggregators from Hub→Platforms. Choose the aggregator from the dropdown, select the stores using the radio buttons, and then click on the Sync button.
3. Last Action & Action Logs: The latest action which was performed on a store can also be viewed in the Last Action column. A green mark indicates that the particular action was carried out successfully. Whereas a red mark indicates that the action had failed. To find out why the action failed, one can click on the store and view the Action Logs section,