justcuzido

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  1. The item notes can be (and are judging by what I read in the forums) used by many people for many different things other than their original intent of kitchen instructions (if you are a bar that doesn't serve food, there is no kitchen). I would love to be able to run a date-range report that lists each (i.e. a detailed report, not some summary report) item note along with its server name, order number, item name, item quantity, item price, and date/time information. All of the current admin reports seem to be only summary information... and there is no way to see any detail for any order without using the POS app (as opposed to the admin web app) to look things up. It would be great if there were detailed reports... such as a date-range or order number range dump of all details for all orders and all of their order items. If this was also exportable, then much analysis can be done and the data used in many different ways.
  2. Maybe this has been asked before but I haven't found it...... Rather than discounting on just individual (or category) price or availability as Lavu does now, by example, is there a way to achieve the following 'happy hour' type of promotional pricing without specifically having to manually edit/override each item in the order (which relies heavily on the server paying close attention)... maybe this is a feature request rather than a 'how to': 2 for 1 sale using quantity/weight of same item Selling an item at say 50% off, which requires you to order 2 (or pick your favorite unit) of the same item (which is really a specific single list that just happens to have one item on it) before you get the discount... and once 2 are on (and as long as they stay on) the order, the order pricing is updated automatically... and the discount only applies to ordered groups of 2 (i.e. if you order a 3rd there is no discount for the 3rd, but if you order a 4th the discount is applied to the 3rd and 4th combo just as it would be for the 1st and 2nd combo). Because the items could be spread anywhere within an order (i.e. if same items aren't set to be combined into a single line item), the POS would have to track whether or not anything in the order met this criteria and if so, apply the discount. 2 for 1 sale using quantity/weight from single list choices (and equal or lessor value) Applying a discount which requires you to order 2 (or pick your favorite unit) from a choice of items. This choice could be a specific single list of two or more items where those items may cross category boundaries, or the discount could be applied on the standard principal of equal or lessor value. Because the items could be spread anywhere within an order, the POS would have to track whether or not anything in the order met this criteria and if so, apply the discount. Maybe add a setting where splitting the order and/or merging would or would not cancel the discount. 2 for 1 sale using quantity/weight from multiple lists Applying a discount which requires you to order 2 (or pick your favorite unit) where one item must come from list A and one item must come from list B (and list C and list D etc depending on how many items one must order to get the discount) and where any one or all of those lists could cross category boundaries. Because the items could be spread anywhere within an order, the POS would have to track whether or not anything in the order met this criteria and if so, apply the discount. Maybe add a setting where splitting the order and/or merging would or would not cancel the discount. You could also repeat all the above using quantity AND weight rather than it being an either or case! I vote that Lavu drop the bar-originated term 'happy hour' in favour of what it is really all about, i.e. 'promotions', for those using a POS and doing promotions in a non-bar environment