Menumiz supports Lan / WIFI thermal printers . You can add printers and then assign them to printing bills, dockets. Label printing will also be available soon. 

IMPORTANT: WIFI printing is possible from browser on Windows only. For printing directly from mobile apps or Mac, you must use Menumiz POS app only. 

IMPORTANT: Menumiz works with any 80mm LAN thermal printers (IP based) which is compatible with ESC/POS protocol. However, tested printers are listed in drop down menu when adding a printer followed by "Others" option which refers to any other 80mm thermal printer (LAN). However, Menumiz does not guarantee the outcome and format of printed dockets and bills in this case. 


During configuration, you have option to skip adding printers ( DO IT LATER ) and continue to take care of the rest of the things in Menumiz and later do the printer section. 

1: List of printers 

2: Edit printers

3:Add new printer

4: Printing global settings

Printer global settings:

Menumiz gives you two options in printing dockets. First option is here to cut dockets based on food category ( Burgers, pizzas, drinks, beer,..) so that each slip goes to related kitchen section. The next option is having docket cut by order number regardless of food itemized category.


NOTE: Printer must support auto cut for option one.


Add new printer

1: Select the printer model from the list

2: Give it a name , e.g.: Kitchen , counter 1 , main door

3: Enter the printer IP ( e.g.:

    Click here to learn how to find the printer IP and PORT

4: neter the port number 

5: Assign the printer to what it is supposed to print ( Dockets, Bills, Labels)

6: Grant users access to this printer absed on user name ( see below)

Note: You may add multiple printers

Note: You may assign only one job to the printer on each row. If a printer is supposed to print both dockets and bills, you have to add it two times once for each role.  

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  1. Business profile
  2. Working hours
  3. Business setup
  4. QR code Setting

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