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Table Layout Management

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See your table layout in your POS. In this article, you will learn:

1. How to set up your Table Layout:

2. How to view the Table Layout:

3. Actions doable from the Table Layout view

Predefine your sections and tables

[1] Log into Figure Manage website with your credentials and go to Management –> Assignments.

[2] Create a list of your tables. Use the button ‘New Section’ to create a section (such as room) if needed and ‘New Assignment’ to create a table.
The ‘Sections’ is just to keep this list organized. It does not predefine how the sections will look like in your POS.

[3] Set a name or number for each table and add it to a required section.

[4] Hit Save

Create the layout in POS

Once you have all the assignments (sections and tables) created, you can create a visual table layout in your POS. That you can use as your default view for POS.

[1] Go to Figure POS

[2] Go to Menu -> Settings -> Layout Management

[3] To add a new table, choose one of the shapes:

+ CIR = to add a circle

+ SQU = to add a aquare

+ REC = to add a rectangle

Then, you can use the ‘drag and drop’ to move the tables.

To change size, tap on a table and use those buttons (XS – XL):

To turn tables, use the arrows at the bottom.

Edit Views: You can setup different Views (rooms,…). By hitting MANAGE, you can edit, add or remove views. You can use every assignment once in every view.

Every change will be immediately reflected in your POS:

View the Table Layout

You can either set the Table Layout as your default view or you can always access by tapping this button:

Set the Table Layout as a default view

[1] Go to POS -> Menu -> Settings -> General

[2] Set the Layout Management as the Default View

How to transfer / merge tables

When being in the Layout View, you can transfer everything assigned to one table to a different table. You can transfer it to empty table or to already occupied and merge those two table into one.

Learn how to transfer / merge tables in this article.

See a recording of creating a new view and adding tables to the view: