8th December, 2020 | iPad 4.0.3 - Adding Guests, View Late Reservations, Additional Table Labels, and more

New Features

  • Add Guest from Search Bar 👱🏽‍♂️

    Adding new guests has now become easier than ever. Click on the "add new guest" button under the guest search bar while making a reservation and add the guest details on the pop-up to quickly create a guest profile

    Our new "add new guest" pop-up ensures that guest details are always saved while creating a reservation.

    Learn more about guest management with this guide →

  • View Late Reservations on Tables 🕔

    You can now choose to display late reservations on tables by enabling the "upcoming reservations" table label on floor view.

    When the current time is past the time the reservation is made for, the allotted table and reservation cell for the specific reservation will automatically be highlighted in red.

    Learn more about table labels with this guide →

  • More Table Labels 🔖

    To gain a more comprehensive view of current and upcoming reservations, users can now view 3 table labels per table - at the top, in the middle, and at the bottom of each table.

    These labels can be customized as per user preferences.

    Learn more about table labels with this guide →

  • View Guest Tags on Reservation Cells 🏷

    You can now view guest tags along with reservation tags on the reservation cell, giving your staff a more comprehensive view of the reservation.

    Learn more about guest and reservation tags with this guide →

  • Improved Drag and Drop Feature 🍽

    The drag and drop feature can now be used to assign tables to reservations for upcoming days and not just the current day.

    Simply drag the reservation cell for a reservation from any day and drop it to the table you want to assign to it.

    Learn more about seating guests with this guide →

  • New and Improved Reservation Reports 📊

    We have enhanced our reports screen and added a few new data points for your restaurant.

    Reservation reports are now available based on both the number of reservations and the number of covers, providing a more granular insight into your restaurant's performance.

    A few reports you can now view under the reports screen are:

    • Walk-in vs. Reservation
    • Reservation Status
    • New vs. Returning
    • Covers by Shift:
    • Reservation vs. Waitlist
    • Waitlist Materialization

    Learn more about restaurant reports with this guide →


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