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[Meal Management] Setting Up Delivery Locations
[Meal Management] Setting Up Delivery Locations
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Written by Joelly See Toh
Updated over a week ago

[Overview]

By setting up delivery locations such as restaurant tables, private dining rooms, and guest rooms, customers can browse menus and place orders directly from QR codes on their tables, enhancing the dining experience through efficient delivery management for both restaurant menus and room service.

[Details]

Setting Up Delivery Locations

By registering restaurant tables, private dining rooms, and guest rooms (for example, when providing meals via room service) as delivery destinations, you can easily manage the delivery locations for ordered meals.

How to Register Delivery Locations:

① Go to SettingsFacility ManagementAdd New Facility to add a restaurant for which you want to manage tables.

② In the Basic Information section, turn the call feature ON and fill in the necessary fields.

③ In the Menu Services section, link the created service with the designated restaurant.

④ In Table Management:

  • Create entries such as "Delivery Locations > Table 1".

  • Set to Active: ON and save.

This will generate a QR code for each table, allowing orders to be placed from Table 1 through the QR code.

Printing and Placing QR Codes:

You can place a QR code at the registered delivery destination, such as a restaurant table. This will allow customers to scan and directly access and order from the menu.

To link the menu displayed from the QR code, it can be found in the help section under [Meal Management] Menu Creation under "Linking Delivery Destinations."

QR codes can be displayed and downloaded from the editing icons for each delivery location. The download will be a simple .png file of the QR code.

The downloaded file will be a simple QR code in a .png format.

You can incorporate it into any design of your choice, prepare a QR stand, and place it on the table. It's helpful to also include the table number for easy identification. (Below is just an example image.)

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