Creating & Managing Your Menu
Structuring your menu - creating categories, sections & items
This article explains how to build your menu using the three-level structure of categories, sections and menu items.
How to add new items when you are POS integrated
This article explains how to add new items when your venue is POS integrated.
How to add photos to your menu
Learn how to upload and crop your photos for maximum sales.
How to add dietary information/tags to menu items
Add dietary information/tags to your menu items so your customers can see which of your menu items are either vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, lactose-free etc. and also filter their view.
How to add additional info to your menu
Add extra information on your menu such as dietary and public holiday surcharge information using the “info menu item” type.
Creating and managing upsells
Use upsells to prompt customers to add more menu items to their order. Create upsells, upsell groups and link them to your menu items.
Creating and managing modifiers
Use modifiers to create options to remove, add or change your menu items. Create modifiers, modifier groups and link them to your items.
How to add multiple sizes/upgrades for menu items and drinks
Learn how to add multiple sizes or upgrades to your menu items. Create different sizes, create upsize groups and attach them to your menu items.
Repositioning/moving a menu category, section & menu item
You can easily rearrange and move your menu categories, sections and menu items. Here’s how...
Making items unavailable or hidden
Mark menu items unavailable when they sell out or hide them from your menu.
How to fix translations for menu items
Translations not looking right? You can manually edit language translations of your menu items in Spanish, French, Chinese, Greek and Italian.
How to create combo specials/deals
Create combo specials/deals for your menu items such as Burger & Beer Combo. You will first create each individual menu item and then link them to your combo group.
How can I have different menus available at different times of the day
Show different menus at different times of the day. Great for showing only a Late-Night after a certain time, for example.
Add a pop-up note on your menu
Add a pop-up message on your menu that appears when your customers first arrive on your menu.
Changing your ordering windows for delivery and pickup
Go to Orders > Ordering Windows. Click Delivery or Pickup. Click Change. Edit Show this many days into the future to your desired amount of days.
Setting up your Grand Final Day offer using Dine-in Category
Here's how to create your Grand Final Day Offer & Menu Settings for pre-orders. Ordering windows can not be booked for more than a week in advance. Therefore, if you want to accept pre-orders before…
How to add short names
If you are using direct to printer and wants to print the items with long names shorter, these are the steps that you can follow. Go to Your Menu > Menu Items. Find the item you want to edit and clic…
How to set up Table Groups
What are table groups?. Table groups allow you to show different categories to different parts of the venue based on what table number a customer enters and what table groups the venue categorises. F…
Take orders for a special event outside your regular ordering window
Click Orders > Ordering Windows. Scroll to the bottom of the screen and select Add special event day. Fill out the Day , Start time and End time. Enter ordering Intervals , and Max orders per interva…
Update to the Manage Mr Yum platform's navigation
As you may have noticed, the manage Mr Yum platform looks a little different. Please note that the manage Mr Yum platform's features and the way you manage your menu and orders have not changed at al…
How to use inventory stock counts
Go to Your Menu > Menu Items. Click the category where the item is you'd like to edit. Click the menu item. Scroll down and turn on Make unavailable when quantity is 0. Once you have turned this on,…
Setting up conditional modifiers
Conditional modifiers allow you to set modifiers specifically for nested items. Example 1 You want to charge different prices for toppings, depending on what size pizza a customer chooses. Example 2…