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Dine-in Storefront Settings


Step into the world of elevated dining experiences with our Dine-in Storefront Settings guide. Explore the nuances of optimizing your storefront to create a welcoming and efficient dine-in environment. Join us in tailoring your layout, managing table settings, and redefining the ambiance of your dining establishment.

Table of Contents

Dine-In Settings
Configure dine-in hours
Receiving Orders
Revenue Center
Notification to Customers

Pause Order - if the pause order is enabled, it will temporarily be unable to accept “Dine-In” orders.

Dine-In Settings

Allow Users to Order without Paying - if enabled, grants guests the convenience of placing online orders and deferring payment until later.
Accept Cash Payments - offers guests an alternative payment method. If disabled, customers will only be able to pay using card and digital payment options.
Allow Order as Guest - allows guests to place orders without the need to sign up for your online store.
Auto Accept Order - If the feature is enabled, the ability to report an issue and cancel an order is disabled.

Dine-in Hours - configure the preferred days and times to accept the enabled order type. By default, the schedule is set the same as the restaurant schedule. Click on the ellipsis or 3 dots icon to change the settings

At this section, you can set up your Dining Hours, Receive Orders, Allocate Revenue Centers, Adjust Notification Settings, and Customize the Embedded Button.

Configure dine-in hours

Step 1: Add opening hours and end time
Step 2: Add interval
Step 3: Utilizing the "Closed" button, you can temporarily set the status of the day to open or closed.
Step 4: Choose the relevant days on which you would like to accept dine-in orders.

To save the dine-in hours settings, simply tap on the save button.

Receiving Orders

Send Orders to QSR - if applicable, enable the option for the merchant within the point-of-sale location settings.
Fire Directly to Kitchen - Online orders will be seamlessly transmitted directly to the kitchen display system.

Revenue Center

Revenue Center for Online Orders - note that before assigning a revenue center, it is best to first create a revenue center dedicated to online ordering alone to manage your restaurant report respectively
Assign Transaction to Employee - lets you designate an employee to manage your online storefront

Notification to Customers

When Order is Ready - if enabled, guests can receive a notification when their order is ready, provided that it is enabled.
When Order is Cancelled by the Restaurant - you gain the ability to promptly send an order cancellation notification to the customer.
When Order is Accepted - if enabled, will automatically send a notification to the customer when their order is accepted.

Embedded Button

This feature allows you to integrate your online store into your website. Paste the code to embed the content into your website
You can generate a custom or predesigned embedded code before copying the code to your website.

The configuration settings for Pickup, Delivery, and Curbside order types are identical. These settings allow you to customize the days and times during which you want to accept orders for each enabled order type. By default, these hours follow the same schedule as the restaurant's general schedule. If you wish to make any changes, you can easily modify these settings by selecting the associated order type.

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Updated on: 05/23/2024

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