My issue is that ibotta had a method that was better than any other, and they f$#%#$ed it up.
I Agree!! Why change something that worked so well! It was user friendly and now more steps are needed to find what you're looking for. Im still not used to the Walmart app change months ago. (I do all my grocery shopping with grocery pickup at WM) I don't mind change at all but between the 2 apps, Ibotta & WM I'm ready to stop eating all together. Haha. I wish! Who comes up with these ideas. Well maybe they'll update with better features. Here's hoping!
Wow this app is hot garbage now. The filters don’t work well either. There is a free item that you would think shows up in “best value” but no, it’s in “new offers”. This is going to end up causing some products to not get any exposure unless you know where to look, or you scroll through the entire list. And honestly after scrolling for a while I just become disinterested because it seems like and endless list of products so it’s mentally taxing. The previous version was so much better.
The idea to have a Select All feature already exists. If you Clear All the filters, you get to see ALL the offers. This is also the default when you first enter a store's list of offers.
I think the thought was to Select All and then unselect the categories not wanted. That would make it easier than selecting each category except the one or two not wanted. If that could be done and saved for each store, than I would say that was an improvement. Personally, I don't have a need for categories Kids & babies or Pet.
Yes and No, there is a "Select All". If I want to filter 10% of the categories during a search, I have to select the other 80%, that is totally inefficient.
But my biggest issue of the original version from day one, is the redundancy of the same offers displaying again and again across the various categories as one scrolls. This probably doubles/triples the time it takes to scroll a retailer, especially one like WM with a gazillion offers.
Hi all, this change lays the groundwork for some future improvements and functionality. We appreciated the feedback here and have passed it along to our team. They're actively working to address current pain points and we'll see additional updates in the coming weeks.