In UpMenu you have an advanced modifiers management module. It allows configuring modifiers, modifiers replacement, requirements (e.g. not less than), and different prices (e.g. free modifiers).

Adding modifiers to the menu items

Let’s assume that you want to add the option of choosing extra modifiers like “cheese” and “bacon” to your burger.

  1. Create a “Burger toppings” section.
  2. In the Edit option in the “Burger toppings” section check Section is not visible directly on the menu. With this option, customers could not buy these items directly from the menu.
  3. Add “cheese” and “bacon” menu items with their prices in the section.
  4. Select Options at the selected menu item and choose “Add modifier.
  5. Fill in the form:
    - Enter the name.
    - Select previously created “Burger toppings” in the Source of modifiers section.
    - Select Standard modifier price in the Price of modifiers section.
  6. Save the changes in the form.
  7. Once theOrder button is selected at this burger menu item there will appear a window with the option of choosing additional “cheese” or “bacon” on the menu.

Advanced modifiers configuration

Let’s assume that you want to configure another case: free sauce among “BBQ” and “cheese” to the burger.

  1. Create the “Burger sauces” section and in the Edit option of this section select “Section is not visible directly on the menu.
  2. Add sauce menu items with their price to the section. You can give 0.00 $ price.
  3. Select Option at the chosen burger and then choose Add modifier.
  4. Fill in the form:
    - Enter the name.
    - Select previously created “Burger sauces” in the Source of modifiers section.
    - Select Free in the Price of modifierssection.
  5. Choose advanced settings.
  6. Enter 1 as a minimum and maximum amount of sauces in the Modifiers quantity section. This way your customer will have to choose one of the available sauces.
  7. Save the changes in the form.
  8. Once the Order button is selected at this burger menu item there will appear a window with the option of choosing a sauce on the menu. Once the sauce is selected the customer will be able to add it to the basket.

Modifiers exchange configuration

Let’s assume that each burger in its composition has “BBQ sauce” and you want to enable your customers a free replacement option into “Cheese sauce”.

  1. Create the “Burger sauces” section and in the Edit option of this section select “Section is not visible directly on the menu. If you have already created the given section, proceed to step 3.
  2. Add sauce menu items with their price to the section. You can give 0.00 $ price.
  3. Select Option at the chosen burger and then choose Add modifier.
  4. Fill in the form:
    - Enter the name.
    - Select previously created “Burger sauces” in the Source of modifiers section.
    - Select Free in the Price of modifierssection.
  5. Choose advanced settings.
  6. In the Default modifiers section choose “BBQ sauce” from the “Burger sauces” section.
  7. Enter 1 as a minimum and maximum quantity of sauces in the Modifiers quantity section. This way your customer will have to choose one of the available sauces.
  8. Fill in the form.
  9. Once theOrder button is selected at this burger menu item there will appear a window with modifiers where there will be “BBQ sauce” previously selected on the menu. Your customer will be able to deselect the sauce and select a different available sauce and add it to the basket.

Modifiers for products of various sizes

If your restaurant menu includes items of different sizes, you can use the option of setting additions tailored to specific variants.

Let’s assume that you want to configure another case: extra toppings like "cheese", "ham", and "salami" to pizzas of different sizes.

  1. Create the "Pizza toppings" section and in the Edit option select “Section is not visible directly on the menu.
  2. Add "cheese", "ham" and "salami" menu items in the section.
  3. Next to the chosen product, select → "Manage sizes", then the previously entered product variant, and add the appropriate prices.
  4. Select Option at the chosen product and choose additional options for a specific item and "Add modifier".
  5. Fill in the form:
    - Enter the name.
    - Select previously created "Pizza toppings" in the "Source of modifiers" section.
    - Select "Standard modifier price" in the "Price of modifiers" section. Repeat for other items.
  6. Once theOrder button is selected at this pizza menu item there will appear a window with the option of choosing the size and the matching toppings.



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