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Table Management Software - Seating System Basics

Added by Kevin B on Fri, Oct 16, 2009, 03:45 PM

Seating System Management Basics


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Table layout with occupied seats and reservation list

You can manage group seatings on this page: pick tables for a group, modify or delete existing seatings and manage walk-in guests as well.

The system starts working automatically as the page is loaded. The default location and today's date is selected automatically. You can however specify another location and/or another date. Select the location form the Location drop down list, specify the date then press Load seating button. In automatic mode, currently occupied seats are displayed at current time. You can change date and/or time to see past status or future plans of a location.

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Groups are displayed in a list next to the table layout. Although autosave feature is implemented and enabled by default, it is highly recommended to press Save seating button after you make changes in either table layout or reservation times. Table layout and reservation list

Table layout is based the floor plan of the selected location. Tables are represented by icons divided into as many parts as the number of guests can be seated to that table.

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2-seat bar table, 4-seat and 6-seat tables

Next to the floor plan is Reservation list. Together with Table layout, Reservation list provides an interface to manage dining properties of the Restaurant's guests. You can see the list of reservations for the selected date. List items consist of reservation time, name, number of guests in brackets, phone number and list of tables assigned to this reservation.

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Reservation time, name, number of guests in brackets, phone number and table number. If you move mouse pointer over this item, table 32 is displayed in pale blue.

If you move mouse pointer over a list item, assigned tables turn to pale blue on the floor plan.

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When you move your mouse over a group in the reservation list, assigned tables turn to pale blue

Initially, however, there are no tables assigned to a group. When a new reservation is added on the public reservation page or in the back office system, the group has no tables. In this case, a dash (-) sign indicates in the list item in the place of table list that you should assign one or, if necessary, more tables to that group.

Click on the list item then pick as many tables as required by clicking on table icons. If the list item is selected, a dark blue border appears around it and detailed information is displayed about that reservation. If tables are already assigned to the selected group, those tables are displayed in dark blue. Clicking on the same list item again deselects it.

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If you pick in item in the reservation list, more details are displayed about the group and the assigned tables turn to dark blue

If you move your mouse pointer above a table, a tool tip pops up providing information about that table.

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Popup information about two tables. Table 13 is unreserved, table 34 is occupied. Detailed information is displayed about the reservation.

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