Scan the code, follow the official account, get the WeChat avatar and nickname, authorize the mobile phone number... Only after these steps are completed, can you start the "business" - ordering. On December 18, 2021, the Shanghai Municipal Consumer Protection Commission released a message saying that Tencent had sent a notice to developers on the issue of self-inspection on the issue of “mandatory attention to the public account for ordering food by scanning the QR code”. The notice stated that the WeChat platform reminds developers to check whether there is a problem of "scanning the code to order food and pay attention to the public account", and to make rectifications in time. The platform will start to verify such problems on January 17, 2022. The QR code will be restricted to open the official account function. For consumers, starting from January 17, they should not be forced to follow the official account before ordering. Source: Network In March 2021, a reporter from "IT Times" randomly visited nearly ten restaurants in
Shanghai and found that most restaurants need to pay attention and authorize a series of actions before scanning the code to order food, and some even need to register as a member, otherwise Unable to enter order page. Now, has this phenomenon changed? 1. Individual merchants still mandate user authorization for ordering On January 17, a reporter from IT Times visited nearly ten restaurants that mainly provide light meals, and found that most restaurants changed the style of "compulsory authorization" in the past and gave consumers the right to "reject". In a Chinese-style light-dining restaurant, when the reporter Phone Number List scanned the QR code on the table, the words "click me to authorize" appeared on the page. After clicking "click me to authorize", as before, the page appeared on the page asking the reporter to authorize
We Chat The prompt of nickname and avatar, but when you click "Reject", the page does not stop as usual, but asks how many people to eat, and jumps to the ordering page. After the payment is completed, you can place the order. Later, the reporter went to a Western-style simple restaurant that I visited last year. Last year's situation was that if you did not agree to the authorization, the page would always stay on the homepage of the applet, and you could not order food. This time, the "IT Times" reporter scanned the QR code on the table, and the prompt "authorize WeChat mobile phone number" appeared on the page, but under the prompt, there was an option of "temporarily skip", click "temporarily skip" , enter the ordering page, and you can also order food smoothly.