In UpMenu, you can create any number of user accounts with different permissions to efficiently handle the online ordering system.

Adding / Removing users

As an account administrator, you can add another user at any time, granting him selected permissions adjusted to the function performed. If for any reason you don't want this user to have access to your restaurant account you can easily remove him from the system.

  1. Go to Settings” → “General” → “Users.

  2. Click "New member", fill in the form with the user data and set a password.

  3. Give the appropriate permissions using the recommended hints or setting your own preferences.

  4. Choose the restaurants to which the user is to have access by clicking on each of them or set “Access to the all restaurants on this account” (in the case of a restaurant chain).

  5. Save Changes.

  6. If you want to delete a user go to the additional options icon next to the selected account and click “Remove”.

  7. Confirm the deletion of the user account by clicking “OK”.

Editing user permissions

Both user data and permissions can also be changed at any time by expanding or restricting them. You can choose whether the user is to have full access to the panel or whether they are to handle orders only. Choose custom permissions and manually adjust the access to the functions the employee is to handle. This will help you streamline your work and everyone will be able to easily navigate the UpMenu panel according to their competence.

  1. Go to Settings” → “General” → “Users.

  2. Choose more options icon next to the chosen account and click “Edit”.

  3. Make your preferred changes by editing the user form or setting permissions.

  4. Save Changes.

Tip

The most frequent configurations of user rights:
Full access – access to all sections in all restaurants, recommended for the owner;
Orders – access limited to collect orders, recommended for staff;
Custom – the ability to configure your own access settings, recommended for the manager.

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