- Log in to the system using your password. Once you are logged in, tap on the action button at the top right of the screen.
- A drop down menu will appear, tap on “Edit Settings…”.
- Once you are in the new screen, tap on “Menu Profiles”.
- Then tap on the top right hand side button on the new screen, it’s called “Edit”.
- A new option will appear, tap on it to add new menu profile.
- You can now give the new profile a new name, in this case, Lunch, by entering the desired name into the blank space next to “Menu Profile Name”. Please note that you can name it to anything you like, however you should name the profile in a meaningful way that will help you identify the profile when you have multiple profiles.
- If you have different pricing for lunch and dinner menus, turn on “Profile affects item pricing” by tapping on the switch. For example, if a dish is $8 at lunch, but $10 at dinner, you can create the profiles with “Profile affects item pricing” turned on to reflect the price changes according to lunch or dinner service. With this option enabled, you will need to follow additional steps (from #12, below) to specify which item prices are affected.
If multiple profiles are active simultaneously specifying different prices for the same items, the result is undefined.
- If you want to limit what items will show at lunch or dinner, turn on “Profile affects item availability” by tapping on that switch. For example, if you have a special lunch menu that only offer during lunch service, having “Profile affects item availability” turned on will enforce this by ensuring that only the specified items are available while the profile is active. With this option enabled, you will need to follow additional steps (from #10, below) to specify which items are available.
If multiple profiles are active simultaneously each specifying item availability, all of the specified items from all of the active profiles are made available. Items which are not explicitly set as available in any profile become inactive, even if they have a defined pricing in one or more profiles.
- While you can enable both of the above options simultaneously on a single profile, you must then specify both availability and pricing for all relevant items. An alternative technique would be to create two menu profiles, one which controls pricing of certain items and the other which controls item availability. Both profiles would need to be set as active at the appropriate times.
- Scroll down to “Part-day Menu“, and turn on the switch.
- Tap on the “Start Time” box to set the time the profile will be activated.
A time window will appear, scroll up and down to set the time. Repeat this step for “End Time” to set the time the profile will be deactivated
- Scroll all the way up, and tap on “Customise Menu & Pricing” to set what item available and the pricing for each.
- On the new screen, tap on the action button at the top right to show the drop down menu.
- Tap on “Begin Editing” from the drop down menu to allow editing the profile.
- You will see that there is now a Green Plus sign in front of each menu item, tap on the sign to add items into the profile.
The Green Plus sign will now turn to a Red Minus sign . If you tap on this sign, it will allow you to remove the items from the profile.
Please note that any change you make in the profile will not affect the item itself in the menu category. The changes will only happen on the set date and time, while the profile is active.
- To change the price, tap on the price box on the right and enter the desired amount. Please note that the item must be added to the profile first, before you can modify its pricing.
Press “Done” or dismiss the keyboard to finish editing the price of the item.
- Repeat the steps above to add menu items into the profile. Once you have finished editing the Lunch profile, you can tap on the “<Back” button then the “<Menu Profiles” button (these two buttons have the same position on the screen). Finally, repeat the steps above for the Dinner profile. Please note that Lunch and Dinner profile times should generally not overlap one another.
- When you are finished editing the settings, press “Save Edits” on the top left or tap the “Tables” button to save and exit the settings. You can also use “Save Edits” repeatedly during a long editing session to save your progress.