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Dashboard Menu Management - Service Charge


Welcome to our guide on seamlessly adding or creating a service charge within your management system. Whether it's related to specific services or unique orders, a service charge can enhance your pricing strategy. Follow the outlined steps below for a precise and hassle-free implementation, ensuring you optimize your restaurant's financial transactions.

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Adding or Creating Service Charge

Adding or Creating Service Charge

Step-by-Step Guide:

Step 1: Access the Service Charge Section -

Navigate to the "Menu Management" section and select the "Service Charges" option.

Step 2: Create a New Service Charge -

Once in the Service Charge section, find and click on the "+ New Service Charge" button.

Step 3: Enter Service Charge Details -

Fill out the required information for the new service charge:

1. Service Charge Name*Name of the service charge i.e., Delivery, Banquet, etc.
2. Service Charge Value*Enter the service charge percentage or amount
3. Service Charge Type*Select % Percentage if the service charge value is in percentage. Select $ Dollar for the service charge calculated in an amount.
4. Charge Service Charge as TipsEnable the "Charge Service Charge as Tips" feature to automatically convert service charges into tips. This will appear as a separate column on payroll and cashout reports, indicating the service charges that were treated as tips.
5. ExclusiveThe system currently supports exclusive service charges.
6. Order type*Refers to the type of order for which the service charge will be applied.
7. Tax applicable*Tax applicable to the service charge. Once the selected order type and tax are applicable, the service charge will automatically apply to the transaction.

Step 4: Save Your Changes

After entering all required details, click the Save button to create the new service charge.


By following these simple steps, you can easily add or create a service charge within your management system. This feature allows you to apply additional fees to specific order types, contributing to a more accurate representation of your services' costs.

For visual reference, you can watch the tutorial video linked above. If you encounter any issues or have further questions, please don't hesitate to reach out to our support team for assistance.

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Updated on: 05/23/2024

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