As part of a recent update to the My Disney Experience app, Disney World has, in our opinion, greatly improved the navigation within the Mobile Order experience. While the update doesn’t change anything in terms of the order and check-out flow, finding and navigating to a Mobile Order-eligible location has improved.
Mobile Order is a way to digitally place a food, snack, or drink order at select locations in Walt Disney World. Mobile Order is a convenient way to grab some food while on the go at Walt Disney World. With Mobile Order, you can place an order for food, pay for your order, and select a time to pick up your order when it’s convenient for you. Mobile ordering is now available at more than 60 locations throughout Walt Disney World Resort, so you can spend less time waiting in line for food during your visit to the theme parks and Disney Springs.
Mobile Order Improvements
In the most recent version of the My Disney Experience (and Disneyland) mobile apps, guests will find updated navigational information and menus as pictured below.
First, select the “+” on the bottom center of your screen, and choose “Order Food”. A newly updated page will organize the Mobile Order-eligible locations along with some useful filters and accordion menus. The newly improved Mobile Order location selection screen can be seen below.
A colorful accordion menu collapses eligible dining venues into groups based on location. When opening a particular location, you will be presented with the eligible dining venues and the soonest available time to pick up your food.
If you’d like to navigate by map, you can tap on the small map at the top of the screen to bring up a full-page map to navigate to your dining location of choice.
The most popular filters are available at the top of the screen, including the quick selection of food pickup time – either “As Soon As Possible” or “Schedule for Later”. You can see how those filters affect the presentation of arrival windows in our screenshots below.
More robust filters are available by clicking on the “Filters” section just below the map. Here’s a look at the full filters list.
Once you select a dining location, the food/drink selection and check-out flow is the same as it was before.
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