Why some of my orders' time displayed are "In Process"?
If a merchant is running in Quick Service Restaurant mode (QSR) and some of their orders are not displaying the time, but will only show "In-Process", this means that you have the QSR Order Time set in "Order Paid"
If your restaurant is a full-service one and you need your orders to display the time when you hit "save" in your Clover POS
Steps to change the QSR Order Time
If the merchant wants to track time with orders not paid for yet, then they need to use the FSR view.
How to verify if the Android device has wrong date & time
Wrong Date & time is the most common reason for Kitchen Display not to show the orders. When the Date & time are wrongly set, the apps can have connectivity issues, fortunately, this is an easy-to-fix issue. Steps to set up the Date & time Access the ...
How to change the amount of orders displayed
Depending on your restaurant’s order volume, you can customize the display to best suit your needs. If you have frequent, small orders, displaying 8 orders at a time will work well for your restaurant; If you have larger orders, displaying 4 orders ...
How to increase the number of orders displayed?
Using the QSR mode of the Kitchen Display app you're able to display 4 or 8 orders on your screen. To change the number of orders displayed, follow these steps: Open the Kitchen Display App Go to the menu at the top-right corner Tap on Settings ...
Orderspoon Checkout Page Time List
The order process is streamlined to help your customers submit their Items in the shortest possible time while ensuring the order is accurate. The less involvement required from the customers, the better their experience will be, and the more likely ...
How to see estimated times for Upcoming Orders (Future Orders)
When a customer submits a future order (either pick up or delivery), you can check that order's details on your Square POS. Go to your Square Web Dashboard and sign in https://squareup.com/, or access your Square POS app. Navigate to ...