Restaurants can now disable items on their menus

Restaurants now have more control over their menus in OpenMenu by having the ability to disable menus, menu groups and menu items.  This means restaurants can turn off items without removing them from the OpenMenu Creator.  Disabled items won’t show on any menu renderings, like Facebook or their website, but will continue to be available in the OpenMenu Creator.

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2 Responses to Restaurants can now disable items on their menus

  1. Holly says:

    This is a BIG help! Thank you.
    With the new ID’s is it possible to tag a menu item to display in 2 menus? ie same item in Lunch & Dinner. It would save a lot of duplicate data entries and cut down on mistakes. (Making a correction in one place but not the other. Been there, done that!)
    Thanks again

    • OpenMenu says:

      Can’t display in two menu because of the unique ID’s that each menu item gets but we are looking into creating a function so menus, menu groups and menu items can be cloned or linked. Just not sure how to do this without adding more complexity to the OpenMenu Creator. Thanx for letting us know what you need to make your life easier.

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