Table Diagram Screen

Once successfully logged in, you will reach the table diagram screen. Here you can view and control the restaurant layout and table occupancy. It is also a dashboard where you can access all major modules of the software.

Table Diagram

– By selecting a table, you can view the order status, add items to the orders already placed, make payments, and perform several other operations.


Edit table diagram

Customize table layouts, create multiple diagrams organized into tabs, and assign sections to servers.



Make modifications in Master, Store and Station modules.



Input orders for takeaways.


Keep track of the delivery process for dispatched orders and add new deliverable items along with customer details.


Take orders when a quick delivery is needed. It resembles ‘Take home’, but differs in the fact that while a customer would call up for a take home, quick order would involve on-the-spot orders at the restaurant itself for quick delivery.


Displays details of orders that have not been closed with payment and complete order delivery.


To Clock In and Out of the system for better time logged management. 


Refresh all tables and open orders.

Print Layout

Take screenshots of table arrangement for selected sections.


 Ordering by guest:

         1.  Ordering by guest helps when delivering different items to different people in a single invoice order. This setting is useful for splitting orders and for restaurants with numbered seating.

              On the dine in order, the POS system asks for party size number. Here you have to enter number of guests that will be seated at the table.


2. After entering the number of guests, the system will prompt for a guest number for this item.


3. After that, the guest number will be assigned to the selected item under G# column same like shown in below screenshot.

In kitchen print, the guest number will be displayed near that item, so your waiter can easily deliver an item to that guest.


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