You have total control over your menu; simply navigate to and sign in with your details. 

The first stage is to create a collection; as suggested by its title, a collection is a group of products e.g. Coffees, Teas, Pizzas or Beers. 

Add a product to a collection to start building your menu out; products are the core of your menu and can be anything from a latte to fried squid. 

For your customers to be able to customise their orders you'll need to add a Trait. A trait is a collection of options, e.g. Milk Types, Toppings or Drink Size.

You'll notice there are tick boxes for 'Required' and 'Allow Multiple'; these enable you to control the customisation of your products.

Ticking 'Required' will mean that your customer has to tick one of the options, this is useful if it's information you require as a venue e.g. Sandwich Bread Type or Eat In/Eat Out.

Ticking 'Allow Multiple' will enable customers to choose multiple options within a trait, which is helpful if you're looking to give your customer more control over their order.

You'll need to fill out the traits you create, and you do this with Trait Options.

These are options for the trait, so if you created a Trait named 'Milk Types' you might create the Trait Options:

  • Regular Milk
  • Oat Milk
  • Soya Milk 

In order to ensure a user selects one of the options, you can tick the 'Default' box, which will mean that that option is automatically selected when a customer loads the menu and can only be taken off by choosing another option or deselecting if you created the Trait as allowing multiple.

Now you know how to add each product, all you have to do is repeat this process to build your menu.

However, in order to streamline the menu process, you can duplicate products.

So for Products like coffee that which will share common Trait Options such as Milk Types and Extras, you can just duplicate the products and alter the product title, saving you the effort of creating each one individually.

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