Using custom URL links for marketing (query strings)

You can use query strings to link customers directly to locations, products, and categories in your menu. This can be useful for marketing campaigns and for website navigation. 

List of available Query Strings 

Show Category on page load

?category={CATEGORY NAME} 

Example: https://store-demo.mobi2go.com/?category=Drinks

 

Show Locations list on page load

?locations 

Example: https://store-demo.mobi2go.com/?locations

 

Set Location on page load

?location={LOCATION NAME} or ?store={LOCATION NAME}

Example: https://store-demo.mobi2go.com/?store=GeorgeStreet or
https://store-demo.mobi2go.com/?store=George Street

 

Set method on page load

?method=delivery 
?method=pickup 

Example: https://store-demo.mobi2go.com/order/?method=pickup

 

Set voucher code on page load

?voucher_code={VOUCHER CODE}

Example: https://store-demo.mobi2go.com/?voucher_code=freechips

 

Show a product on page load

?product={PRODUCT NAME}&open_product

Example: https://store-demo.mobi2go.com/nz/order?product=burger&open_product

 


Names are case sensitive 

All names are case sensitive so where a category name is written as 'Category' in Mobi2Go for example, it must also be written the same in the URL string.

Query string can be used after your embedded URL to achieve the same function eg. www.mysite.com/order/?locations

We'd recommend you test your query string in an incognito tab, before you send it out. 

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