In the Menu Organizer, you have the flexibility to design and structure your menus to cater to your specific needs. You can create primary menus, such as “Lunch” and “Dinner,” and further enhance their organization by adding submenus. These submenus, like “Main,” “Drink,” and “Kids,” offer a more detailed classification of your offerings. Within this powerful tool, you can efficiently assign your dishes to each submenu, ensuring that your digital menu is well-organized and user-friendly.
NOTE: In menumiz™, the color yellow always indicates a submenu, while red signifies a the menu folder.
NOTE: This menu organization process can also be achieved directly from the Dish Wizard, providing you with multiple options for streamlining the menu management experience.
Menu Organizer Features
- Drag and Drop Sorting: Easily arrange your menus by dragging and dropping them, which directly affects how they appear to your guests, providing seamless control over menu organization.
- Menu Image: Add images to your menus, making them visually appealing and engaging for your customers.
- Show/Hide Menus: Choose to display or hide specific menus as needed, offering you the flexibility to manage menu visibility effortlessly.
- Delete Menus: If you no longer require a menu, you can promptly delete it, simplifying menu maintenance.
- Edit Menus: Make real-time edits to your menus, ensuring that your offerings remain up-to-date and accurate.
- Submenu Count: Keep track of the number of submenus associated with each primary menu, aiding in menu structure management.
- Export Menus: Export your menus in the docx format, facilitating easy sharing and documentation of your digital menu configurations.
An “Un-scheduled Menu” signifies that the auto display schedule for this menu has been enabled, yet no schedule has been defined. As a result, this menu remains concealed from customers until a schedule is established or the auto display option is turned off. A red traingle appears on the footer of such menu.
- When “Scheduled ON” appears, it indicates that the Auto Display Schedule is active, ensuring that your menu content is displayed according to a predefined schedule.
- You can edit the Auto Display Schedule to fine-tune menu display according to your business requirements.
NOTE: Grey Background meaning: When the background appears in grey, it signifies that the menu is currently hidden and not dislaying to customers. It could be either a manually hidden menu or a menu under an un-scheduled setup.
Click on the yellow section on each menu to see the submenu inside or add the first submenu.
You have the option to hide, rename, or edit a submenu, but it cannot be set to an auto display schedule. By clicking the white section on a submenu, you can view the items within it or assign new items to that submenu. Additionally, both items and submenus can be reorganized through a drag-and-drop feature for convenient sorting
- To adjust the schedule easily, you can drag the time bar by holding it in the middle, simplifying the process of defining display times.
- For mobile devices and touch screens, you can tap the bar, start, or end points and then drag your finger below the screen. This keeps time values visible while allowing you to swipe left or right.
As you create menus and submenus within the system, they are represented in the menu and submenu bars. Clicking on each of these filters the content, displaying only the items associated with the selected menu or submenu.
NOTE: If you choose not to assign a dish to any menu or submenu, it will remain hidden from guests accessing your menus via a QR code scan. However, it will be accessible to TSO and your waitstaff within the “All Items” tab in the Order Management module and can be ordered if necessary. This feature provides you with flexibility in managing menu visibility and accessibility based on your business preferences.