This can only be done on the Master POS, or on the backend.

Internet connection required.

  1. Tap the cog next to your menu name.

2. Select a product.
If you want to add a product instead, press an empty tile with a + sign.
If you want to add a row, press the + button underneath a row.
If you want to change product variants, you will need to log into the backend.

3. Change the details and press UPDATE.

4. Press SAVE MENU.

5. If you are prompted to Notify Other Clients, tap Notify. All the other terminals connected to the Master (i.e. Slaves) will update to these changes. 

Product Details

A product's properties will correspond to the details on the back end (
Please note that any changes will replace the actual product information, eg. renaming "latte" to "hot chocolate" will actually change the name of "latte" to "hot chocolate" for all past reports. If you want to change a tile from an old product to a new one, delete the product first, then add a new one.

Product: This is the product name as will appear on the POS device.

Product Code: This is the unique code assigned to that product.

Price (including GST): This is the price of the product, including GST (Goods and Services Tax).

Taxable: This indicates whether the product is taxable or not.

Print Locations: This indicates which printer locations any orders for this item will be sent to (eg. a drink order will go to the bar's printer location).

Product Categories: This is the category or categories to which your item belongs.

Alternative Label: This is the alternative name of the product that will be printed (eg. abbreviating to ‘BLT’ or printing in another language).

Icon Background: These are the preset icon backgrounds that you can use. The first square shows the current background colour for that tile.

Add Image: If you wish there to be an image displayed, you may add an image from the photo gallery or from the camera.

Weight Required: This indicates if this product requires weighing. You will need scales to be set up with the POS for this function to work.

Open Item: An "Open Item" is one which requires manual price input. This should not be ticked except for very specific circumstances, such as if you wish to process deposits for your customers.

Auto Access Variants: This means that when taking an order, tapping a product with variants will automatically prompt the user to choose the variants as well (eg. tapping "Eggs on toast" will prompt the user to choose "Poached", "Scrambled", etc.). In most cases, this should be ticked.

Stock Item: This indicates whether the product is a stock item.

Did this answer your question?