UPDATE: Version 3 of the widget was released on October 24, 2017. Click here to find out what’s new.
We’ve been reaching out to our partners and users to find out how to improve our product in the ways that matter most to them. This means a better bang for our customers’ buck and a better investment of our team’s time! Here are two improvements that came directly out of that feedback.
MEET OUR WIDGET
Implementation is now a 10-minute process!
We’re happy to announce that our widget is now easier than ever to implement on your website and requires very little computer knowledge. It’s as quick as flash, and there are several customization options. All you need to do is go through three simple steps:
1. Select your widget
You can choose between a grid...
...and a list.
Next, select your preferred language (currently available: English or French) and color theme. You can choose whether or not to display a map next to the scores. It’s also possible to only show scores that are equal to or greater than a certain value (e.g. 2 out of 5).
3. Add it to your site!
The last step is to copy the code that appears in the grey box and paste it in your webpage’s HTML to make the Local Logic widget appear. That’s it!
For more information about the different ways to implement our widget on your site, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
APPLES AND ORANGES
New feature: Find the right grocery stores for your needs
Users can get a detailed description of nearby stores with walking time to each of them when they click on many of our scores - like the Shopping score:
There are several other scores that have this feature, and one of the most important one for users is Groceries. That’s why we decided to improve this score by introducing a new feature. Here’s what it looks like:
Specialty grocery stores (bakeries, butchers, cheese shops, etc.) and general grocery stores are now listed separately and displayed differently on the map. Thanks to this new feature, when they’re trying to find the best of two locations, users can now compare apples with apples, based on their needs.