And of course they were pools. That's BS.
That's what forum folk say everytime. Then it gets fixed. & Nobody says "they want us to not accept Pool rides again". Then it breaks again some time. As the app always has.This is the Uber response to most of us not accepting Pool rides
But Texan dog said Uber is making us switch to metric to better ourselves.Uh, "metrics" is kinda blah. You should use an acronym like "KPI" to confuse things.
I think the "no thanks" button might be a key performance indicator on how many people were avoiding pools.
Now ur guessing not. Why are u guessing not? What data do u have to know either way?Lol. I haven't taken any uberPOOL in 3 weeks. The last time I did, I had to fight with support for 3 weeks to get the 1.6 surge payout. I assumed alot of people where like me. I guess not. I don't play the ant role..
No pool in Santa Cruz or Monterey. It's dead there without the students. All the tourist come in their own cars.Does uber do pool in santa cruz? I lived in santa cruz for 25 years. Never owned a car, didn't ride the bus. A good bicycle is all you need in Santa Cruz, maybe a skateboard. UC students going uphill?