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How to share the menu with your customers?

Allow your customers to access your menu through QR codes or Tablet devices.

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Your menu can access your menu through QR codes or through tablet devices that are handed over to them by your waiters.


Share the menu through QR Codes

This will allow you to get a unique QR code of your menu that you can print and share with your customers to scan and access your menu.

To get the QR code, you can simply go to Settings>QR codes page.

This page will contain a special QR code for your Dining-in customers along with a link to share on your website or social media.

Share the menu through Tablet Device

The Tablet Menu product is intended for Diners who are visiting your facility and would like to have the menu on a big screen to see all the information easily and much more clearly than a paper menu. Your beautiful high-quality dish pictures will capture your customers' attention and increase their appetite for trying all your dishes, especially those with a video showing how the dish was prepared.

FineDine Tablet Menu app is available on the Google Play Store and Apple Store. The app should be downloaded on tablet devices that meet the minimum requirements.

When the app is launched, it will require you to enter the Venu ID and the Pincode, which can be found on the QR Codes>Tablet page.

After the app is connected to your account and finalizes the menu information download, you will be ready to go.


Keep in mind:

  • The tablet menu requires an internet connection when it comes to taking orders but it can function offline if you are only intending to display your menu on the tablet device without taking orders or collecting feedback from your customers.

  • FineDine tracks how the customers use the menu to report them back to you on the reporting page. The tablet devices collect that info and wait until there's an internet connection to send it back to the database. Therefore, even with offline use, it would be better to have an internet connection available every now and then on tablet devices to allow them to send valuable data so you can learn which items are most clicked and viewed and which are not.

  • Changes done on the control panel, like design changes or menu changes, are not reflected directly on the tablet menu devices, instead, they require the changes to be published through a special "Publish Changes" button.


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