Floor View Enhancements ✨
We have enhanced the floor view with added visual cues to improve your Eat App experience.
- Colors: The colors assigned to table statuses have been enhanced to improve visibility.
- Labels: To help provide more information at a glimpse, each table will now have the table name label attached to the bottom at all times. A new "guest name" label also displays the diner's name on each table.
Gaze into the future 🔮
Users can now see their floor view for any future time to gain a better understanding of their upcoming reservations, confirmed/not confirmed tables, assigned tables, and more.
This feature will help restaurant managers better prepare for and manage upcoming shifts.
To look at your floor view for a future time, simply click on the clock icon on the top right of the floor view and choose a suitable time.
Change in floor view configuration 🔧
Table Labels and Edit Layout options have now been grouped together under the "Floor Configuration" dropdown, which can be accessed by users at the top right of floor view.
Reservation Status Groups 🍽
Reservations can now be filtered according to a new group - lifecycle, that filters them on the basis of their lifecycle categories: Upcoming, Waitlist, Pre-service, In-service, Finished, and Removed.
The reservation lifecycle status also reflects while making a reservation, selecting the reservation status, in the reservation details, and on the reservation cell.
Payment Enhancements 💳
Our payment solutions have become more flexible than ever with 3 new payment types:
- Lump: The user has to pay a lump pre-booking amount for the entire booking
- Per Cover: The user has to pay a pre-booking amount for each cover
- Package: The user has to pay the amount attached to the selected package
In addition to that, when refunding a captured payment , you can now choose to refund a partial amount or the full amount.
This week on Eat App
In this new section, you can find all the current updates about Eat App including new blog posts, press releases, and more.
Today, we’re going to break down the four best ways to drive more efficient operations in your restaurant. The journey begins with streamlining your front-of-house processes, then working to improve your back-of-house while investing in the right tools and hiring the best people for your business.