Default Region: Can select the default Region for the main “table management page” to display. If this option is not used, all the regions will be show by system default.The reason for selecting different region is that potentially and especially for large establishments, each terminal in a networked environment maybe serving different region specifically.
After order completion, automatically mark table status as: You can define after the order is complete in a table, the table status that table will automatically be in. e.g. cleaning, preparing and etc.
Update frequency (seconds): In a networked environment, you can set the refresh time, e.g the time period terminal will update table related information from the table services host in the network. The shortest synchronization period for table services is 15 seconds.
Time limit for the use of tables (minutes): Can set the maximum time of dining/eating period, and this information will be shown on the table management page on each table.
Reservation Reminders (minutes): Can set the system to provide a reminder at a time defined by you, prior to the table booking time.
Reservation Expirations (minutes): You can set the time period to keep a table, after the booking time is surpassed.
Maximum Check Number: You can set the maximum check number, which automatically recycles itself when the number is reached. This option provides another form of tracking orders and is typically used in establishment wanting to track order in a given period such as call out orders and etc.
- In a clustered networked environment, if the terminal is not a master (e.g. in the synchronization setting, the table host is not set to localhost). This page will have an additional function button ”Clone Master” .