Napkin functionality needs to be specifically enabled for your use. Please contact us if you would like to use it. SumUp account required. All online payments go directly to your SumUp account.
Napkin, enables your customers to order and pay themselves, very much like Deliveroo or JustEat. As seen in the screenshots below, if an item is choose with modifiers, then a pop-up will occur asking the customer to select the necessary “Option” or optional “Addons”. This is the same setup for <Modifiers> on Tilgo, and created in the same way plus the “Include Napkin” is ticked.
Once the customer has finished adding their items, they would click on the cart icon, which then displays their cart enabling them to checkout. At checkout, the customer would enter in their credit card details, email, and how the order will be delivered to them. There are three options, Collection, Table Service or Delivery, all of which are configurable under <Back Office><Static Client>.
Once paid, a ‘Status’ will appear, followed by the receipt which will also indicate the Order# number. The Status will show either the position in queue, if “Table Service” was selected, or wait time for “Collection” or “Delivery”. The address bar will also change to display a case-sensitive unique URL for the order, e.g. napkin.co.uk/pVBwg.
The order is then sync’d with your local TilgoBox within 1 minute. The Order will be automatically printed to the pre-defined printer, and an email receipt sent to the customer. The email is sent from your SMTP email server, hence you need to set this up under <Back Office><Client Static>.
Additionally, a red notification dot will appear on all active tablets on top of the “Tab” icon.
Select the “Tab” icon, followed by ‘Online’. This will show all the currently active open tabs from Napkin with the associated Order# number. A red notification dot will appear on any tab that has not yet been opened by a user
You can then open the Tab to view, and amend it, like any other Tab.
To finalise and cash out the Online Tab, simply click the icon like any other tab. Once done, this will reduce the queue number for all other orders.
A QR Code icon, brings up the same unique URL, that the customer was shown on Napkin after the payment of the order. Furthermore the URL is also present on the email and printed receipt.
Napkin Opening and Wait Times.
In <Back Office><Napkin Opening Times> it is possible to enter the times that your customers can place orders. Outside of these times a banner will be presented to your customer showing that it is current closed, and when it will be open. They can still view the menu, and add items to their cart, but will not be allowed to checkout.
You can also specify the average “Collection Wait Time” in minutes, if a customer places an order in that given time period. As can be seen in the screenshot above, Saturday has two time slots, one from 9:00 to 17:00 and then one from 17:00 to 23:00, with each slot having a different collection wait time, i.e. 10 minutes and 20 minutes respectively. You can add as many time slots as you want, though make sure there are no gaps in between time slots on a given day, otherwise Napkin will indicate that you are closed during that gap.
Napkin Delivery Wait Times
If ‘Delivery’ is an option on Napkin for your customers, then the wait time will be increased over and above the “Collection Wait Time” specified in the screenshot directly above. The additional wait time for a delivery is specified on <Client Static> under the field “Extra Wait Time For Delivery In Minutes“. For instance if this is set to 5 minutes, and the “Collection Wait Time” is 10 mins (at the point the customer submitted the order), then the delivery wait time shown to the customer will be 15 minutes.