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Smart Tips
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Updated over a week ago

Unveiling the Smart Tips Feature: Tailored Gratitude for Every Order

We're thrilled to introduce our latest innovation: the Smart Tips feature. Designed with precision and your convenience in mind, our new feature offers a hassle-free way to express your appreciation based on the value of your order.

How the Smart Tips Feature Functions:

Depending on your order total, our system smartly proposes fixed tip amounts:

  • For orders less than £10: Choose from "Not Now", £0.5, £1, or £2.

  • For orders between £10 and £30: Options include "Not Now", £1, £2, or £4.

  • For orders greater than £30: You'll be presented with "Not Now", £2, £4, or £6.

At the intersection of innovation and gratitude, the Smart Tips feature stands as a testament to our commitment to enhancing your experience. Dive in, try it out on your next order, and let the simplicity of Smart Tips elevate your appreciation game!

To enable Smart Tips, go to Stores > Settings > Gratuity > Enable smart tips > Save

Why our Smart Tips feature is a game-changer:

  1. Simplified Decision Making: Eliminate the guesswork and swiftly select a tip amount that correlates with your order's value.

  2. Fair Recognition: With a tiered tipping system, you ensure that your tip reflects the size and value of your order, giving due recognition to service professionals.

  3. Quick Transactions: Speed up your checkout process with predetermined tip amounts, making your ordering experience more fluid.

  4. Flexibility & Choice: With the "Not Now" option, you always have the choice to decide when and how much you want to tip.

  5. Boosted User Experience: Tailored tip suggestions create a personalised touch to your ordering journey, making each transaction feel special.

If you have any questions, please contact support via Chat by clicking on the chat icon on the bottom right of your screen. You can also email cs@storekit.com or Whatsapp/call us at +442033189890.


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