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Overview Of Menus

Menu Set, Menu Set Tabs and Menu Sections. What are they? What's the difference?

Menu Set

  • A "menu set" is the foundation for creating your menu. It's the first step.
  • If you have more than one location, with different menus for each location, it can be helpful to create a menu set for each location. Then, you can assign each menu set to the appropriate location.

Menu Set "Tabs"

  • You have the option of creating tabs within a menu set.
  • Tabs run across the top of the menu set.
  • Each tab can contain "menu sections".

Menu Sections

  • Each menu set tab contains sections (i.e. appetizers, salads, entrées, etc.).
  • Individual menu items are added to the sections.

Example

  1. You might have a menu set for your Woodbridge location.
  2. The Woodbridge menu set might have tabs for the main menu and dessert menu. The main menu might have a section for appetizers and entrées. 
  3. Finally, your appetizer section would list each appetizer and your entrée section would list each entrée -- so on and so forth.

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