Coworkers can now build their own designer pizza party — or rather working group lunch — through company chat rooms using a new the Domino’s Pizza app.
The pizza chain today unveiled its new Domino’s ordering app on Slack, a work messaging app used to for communication between coworkers like, say, employees at Vox Media. The new ordering app is designed to simplify large group orders, but also works for individual orders — for those who want a whole pizza to themselves.
Slack users can take advantage of this newfangled pizza tech by going to the Slack App Directory and installing the Domino’s ordering app to their workplace. After installation is complete, individual users can either directly message the Domino’s bot or start a group order by mentioning @dominos in a specific group channel. It’s recommended that individuals take turns placing their orders. Customers can also track their orders through the app.
While Domino’s is not the first chain to try to integrate online ordering into Slack, the company has unveiled a series of tech savvy ordering options over the past few years. Customers can now order through a variety of smartwatches including the Apple Watch. The company even tested out ordering on Twitter using the pizza emoji. Unfortunately, it might take three hours for the order to show up.
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