Uber Is Now Testing “Suggested Pickup Points”

Uber Is Now Testing “Suggested Pickup Points”

By Josh Constine Uber is going to tell you where you should get picked up. A few days after I wrote a story recommending that Uber launch a feature called “Suggested Pickup Location”, I’ve spotted the company testing a feature called “Suggested Pickup Points” in San Francisco.
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