8th October, 2020 | Web 2.14.0 - Drag and drop tables, filter reservations by shifts, and more

New Features

  • Drag and Drop Reservations 🍴

    You can now conveniently assign tables to reservations, link tables, move guests and swap tables for a reservation through our new drag and drop feature.

    • Directly assign tables to reservations by dragging the reservation cell to a table of your choice
    • Easily move guests from one table to another by dragging a reservation from an occupied table to an empty one
    • Drag one table to another to merge them together
    • Conveniently swap tables for reservation by dragging an occupied table to another

    Learn how to drag & drop tables with this guide →

  • Filter Reservations by Shifts

    Our new reservation filter helps you prepare and plan for future shifts by allowing you to easily filter and view upcoming reservations for a specific shift on floor view.

    You can also view the number of covers under each upcoming reservation

    Learn more about reservation filters with this guide →

  • Improved Cover Flow Report 📊

    Restaurants can now view a more comprehensive time-based cover breakdown with improved cover flow reports that can be broken down in smaller time intervals of 15, 30 and 60 minutes.

    This information can assist you in managing your kitchen activities and staff efficiently throughout the day.

    Learn how to access restaurant reports in Eat App →


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.

  • New Blog Post: Eat App vs. TableIn: Reservation Systems Compared

    When searching for an online reservation or table management system, there is no denying the sheer volume of options to choose from.

    In an effort to make that process just a little bit easier, we're going to take a look at two of the most popular restaurant management software providers - Eat App and TableIn - with the hope that it will help you make a more informed decision.

    Read on to learn which of these two system might be right for you.