Why wouldn't it? It's a ride that you didn't accept. I don't think that's one of the things which makes Uber evil. They have even given you a method to prevent stacked pings.If you miss a stacked ping request does it count against your acceptance rate?
(I'm sure it does, because Uber.)
Only if you use it a lot.But if you use it they take it away.
What if you don't want another request because you don't think it's safe, or maybe it's illegal to touch your screen to accept it where you are?Only if you use it a lot.
I was only responding to the person who asked if declining stacked pings affected acceptance rate. Of course it does. Why shouldn't it? For those occasions where you really don't want another ride because of bathroom / food / sleep / etc., that's where the stop incoming requests option comes in.
I use Bluetooth ear piece... So why does stacked ping need to annoy my pax?Put your glasses on
Cancelling as you see fit will end up getting you deactivated.I use Bluetooth ear piece... So why does stacked ping need to annoy my pax?
And I guess I'm one of those older guys that likes to focus on ending ride carefully and has difficulty gathering the data from a stacked ping.
So I just accept all stacked ping and will do drop off and then cancel as I see fit.
If its a crazy night I will turn off new rides to let me get my bearings after a drop off.
But it is nice when you drop off at a busy club and your new pax are sliding in as your old pax slide out... Happened twice to me and I'm a noob.