Display Options

Get to know more about the Display Options tab

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Written by Jose Zoilo
Updated over a week ago

Here at the Display Options tab for QR Dine-in, Delivery/Pick-up, and Tablet Menu settings under App Configuration, you can set the language options and the price settings. Below is a short description of each tab under the Display Options tab.

Language Options

  • Default Language- The default language is the language that is automatically set when your customer does not decide to change the language in your menu.

  • Additional Languages- These are the language options you can provide to your customers in your menu. You can add your menu translation through the Translation Center.

    Once you have added the translations, you can easily apply the translated languages. Below is an example of how to set the default language and add the additional language to your menu.

Price Settings

  • Display Prices- You have the option to show and hide the prices of the items on the menu.

  • Display Currency Sign- You can set the currency that you want to display in your menu

  • Display Currency Fraction- This option can show or hide the fraction of the prices in your menu (For example, 10 instead of 10.00)

  • Menu Currency- This dropdown lets you display the type of currency of your choice.

Calorie Options

  • Calorie Unit- You can choose the type of calorie you want to display on your menu, which is between Cal and Kcal.

Welcome Page Settings

  • Display Venue- You can hide or show the name of your venue on the welcome page.

  • Welcome Message- This option allows you to show your customers a welcome message on the first page of your menu. Always remember to save the message after you make a revision.

    Check out the example below on how to hide and show your venue's name and modify your welcome message in your menu.

Ingredient / Allergen Warnings

  • Display ingredient warning labels- This gives you the option to show the label describing the ingredient warning. You can easily turn it on and off through the switch that you see in the example below.

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