After ordering online at Domino’s Pizza, you have the option to open a “Domino’s Tracker” toolbar that can display your order’s progress while you surf the Web. Use the address bar inside the tracker to keep it present at the top of your browser window, or simply enter a URL into your browser’s real address bar to get rid of it. The tracker can display your order’s progress all the way through prep, bake, “quality check,” and “out for delivery” phases.

Side note: thanks, Ronnie.

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