Learn step by step how you can create a food delivery quote calculator on your site.
An order system for your website makes it easier for your customers to order your products online, which increases conversion rates (% of purchases vs. visitors). By increasing conversion rates, you increase your sales, which means more money for you.
Not only will an online order form bring in more business, but it also saves you time and hassle. By automating your ordering online, you will have fewer calls, so you can spend more time on running your business. These forms will never allow you to miss orders.
Moreover, Convertcalculator allows you to accept payments. Making this a unique and streamlined online ordering process.
Before we get started
Make sure you have an account on ConvertCalculator. If you haven't set one up, set one up now for free at https://www.convertcalculator.co. Click on "+ New calculator" and select "Start from scratch" and we are ready to begin.
In this tutorial, we are going to pretend we are a fast-food delivery business, and we want to create an online order system for our website. We have the following products:
- Hamburger: $5.5 per piece
- Hamburger menu: $8.5 per piece
- Hotdog: $4 per piece
- Hotdog menu: $4.5 per piece
- Fries: $3 per portion
- Sweet potato fries: \4$ per portion
- Apple pie: $3 per piece
- Chocolate ice cream: $2.5 per piece
The delivery fee will be $3.5.
Go ahead and click the "+" icon on the top right-hand side to see an overview of all the available elements for your calculator. Select the "Order List" question by clicking on it or dragging it into the canvas. Now you need to:
- Change the title of the question to "Mains”.
- Add "$" as a prefix and "per piece" as a postfix.
- Add all the foods as "items" (there are three items preloaded, which you can edit).
After that, press “Done” and create two more “Order lists” in the same way for: “Extras” and “Desserts”.
Now let's capture customer details.After clicking “+”, go to “Advanced questions” and set up these three:
- Text question: for the customer’s name
- Text question: for the customer’s phone number
- Email question: for customer’s e-mail.
We just need one formula in our calculator. Go ahead and add a formula to the bottom of the canvas, change the title to "Total" and add "$" as the prefix. In the description, write “Including $ 3.50 delivery fee”.
The equation will be: