Frontend: Merging Orders

FRONTEND: MERGING ORDERS

 

Merging Orders is a common task that can be performed quickly and easily. There are two ways of performing this task:

  • Quick Serve - Merge a Quick Serve order into a tab or table order.

  • Tab or Table - Merge orders from one tab or table to another.

 

QUICK SERVE ORDERS:

 

1. Create an order in Quick Serve mode and take it to Checkout and tap the order ID.

2. Tap the order ID.

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3. Tap Merge.

 

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4. Tap the Order Number to merge the Quick Serve order to. The Order ID associated with the destination order will not represent the original Quick Serve order.

 

 

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The merged order will appear in two or more checks, each check representing a merged order. To combine the merged orders into a single check with a single total, follow the steps at the end of this article.

 

TAB OR TABLE ORDERS:

 

1. Create an order in Tab or Table mode and take it to Checkout and tap the order ID.

 

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2. Tap Merge.

 

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3. Tap the Order Number to merge the Table order in to. The Order ID associated with the destination order will not represent the original Table order.

 

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The merged order will appear in two or more checks, each check representing a merged order. To combine the merged orders into a single check with a single total, follow the steps below.

 

COMBINING MERGED ORDERS INTO ONE CHECK:

 

1. On the merged order, perform a zoom in gesture on the Split icon. Success will be indicated by the appearance of the Split Options selector.

 

The zoom in gesture is described as "simply press on the screen with your index finger and thumb leaving only a small amount of space between them. Keeping your finger and thumb on the screen, move them away from each other, expanding the space between them." on the lifewire.com page Zoom in and Zoom out On iPhone or IPad.

 

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2. Select Split Evenly. Then tap 1 and tap the > in the green circle.

 

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3. The merged orders are now combined into a single check with a single total.

 

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