Here on the floor plan view, the reservations of the day are listed on the right panel of the screen, while your table layout acts as a visual aide on the left panel of the screen.
|① Calendar||② Meal Period Toggle||③ Daily Memo|
|④ Reservation Breakdown||⑤ Table Colours (White・Yellow・Red)||⑥ Floor Sections|
|⑦ Table Display Options||⑧ Tabs||⑨ Search Bar|
|⑩ Sorting Header||⑪ Reservation List||⑫ Status Display|
|You can select the date you wish to view.|
|② Meal Period Toggle|
|You can filter through your reservations by meal period with this toggle.|
|③ Daily Memo|
|The daily memo for the day is displayed here.|
|④ Reservation Breakdown|
Reservations are broken down by Walk Ins, Web bookings etc. here in Groups as well as Persons.
You may read more about the Reservation Breakdown Table in this article.
|⑤ Table Colours (White・Yellow・Red)|
Here is what these colours represent:
White: A table that does not have any reservation assigned to it at the current time or later in the day.
Yellow: A table that has a reservation assigned to it for a time later in the day.
Red: A table that has multiple reservations assigned to it for later in the day.
※All other colours are represented by the reservation status. (Refer to ⑫)
|⑥ Floor Sections|
You will only see the Floor Section toggle tab when multiple sections have been created in your floor plan.
What Is A Section?A section is created when there are a group of seats within your shop that you would like separated in a different area.
This could refer to areas such as the Bar or Alfresco Dining.
To learn how to create a section, please refer to our article here.
The reservations listed on the right side panel are section sensitive, so you will only be able to view reservations assigned to each section by toggling between the sections.
Please take note that if you have unassigned reservations, you run the risk of overbooking the restaurant from TableCheck.
The system bases seat availability on unoccupied tables, and not number of covers or reservations all in real time.
|⑦ Table Display Options|
The bar here allows customization of what you would like displayed on the tables on your floor plan.
Here is what can be added to your table view:
The tabs available here vary between today and past/future days.
|⑨ Search Bar|
The search bar allows you to look for matching data across the reservations listed below.
You can search for any information pertaining to the reservation or its customer, including (but not limited to) customer's name, preordered menu name, flag name and customer tags.
|⑩ Sorting Header|
Each header component can be clicked on to sort the listed reservations to that column accordingly.
|⑪ Reservation List|
Information pertaining to each reservation is displayed in the same sequence as the header as seen in ⑩.
The reservation start time is displayed here.
It is possible to configure the time here to reflect the reservation's seated time instead.
To learn how to enable preferred seated time, please refer to our article here.
: Indicates the table number assigned to the reservation.
: The + sign next to the table name indicates that multiple tables are assigned to the reservation.
: Indicates a reservation that is unassigned to any table.
In addition to the customer name displayed, here is a list of other information that will also be displayed:
Click here to learn more about the system icons.
|⑫ Status Display|
The colour of the reservation status is reflected on the table it is assigned to on the floor plan when the time of the reservation has arrived, making it easier to visually grasp the current situation.
Click here to learn more about statuses.