Merchant apps have many important features for managing orders.
Merchants can use their social media account credentials to register in the app or panel, like Facebook, Twitter, or even its email address.
In case the password is lost, it could be recovered using the registered email address or a phone number.
Merchants can add a referral code while registering, and if they have any accounts already registered, the code can be shared for benefits.
Merchants can log in to the platform directly using the phone number and email address, adding the password.
There are two types of store accounts – one is a merchant, and another is a sub merchant, which they can choose while logging in.
Merchants can share the necessary documents in the app or panel to be verified by the admin.
Merchants can add their bank details. With that, they can also choose to add multiple accounts and choose any of them for payments.
Merchants can add multiple cards to link it to the wallet, which they can choose to pay with the wallet.
Merchants can add their bank account details. They can also choose to add multiple accounts and choose any of them for payments.
Delivery merchants can allow customers to pick up delivery options. Customers can order online and ask for a pickup service.
Merchants can keep the price ratings (maximum digits) for the prices of the items or services for the customer’s preferences.
Merchants can choose the tax system for their items or services, whether tax applied inclusive or exclusive to the item.
Merchants can allow free delivery with a minimum ordering amount and distance from the customers.
Merchants can decide to set the cancellation charges, applying them at various stages of the delivery process.
Merchants can set multiple languages to allow users to use the app conveniently without any language barrier.
Merchants can set the tags based on the items they sell or services they offer, allowing customers to reduce browser friction.
Restaurants can allow customers to book a table online, can order online, and pay with the desired method. They can also set booking fees.
Restaurants can also choose to keep cancellation fees for the table booking, determining the status, time, and booking with or without an order.
Merchants can set and update the menu, which includes subcategories, categories, items, and modifiers. It also includes price, tax, description, etc.
Merchants can associate modifier groups for different items and set charges based on the size and type of modifiers.
Merchants can create accounts for sub-merchants who are responsible for performing specified tasks, accessing only assigned screens within the app and panel.
Merchants can add vehicles for the partners, for delivery services, add documents and also verify them, and approve them.
Merchants can add their own partners for the delivery of services, adding all the required details and assigning them those account details.
When merchants add their own partners, they can also set fees with the necessary details like base price distance, base prices, etc.
Merchants can create promo codes for the customers and manage their validity and other conditions like time, category, and recursion.
Merchants can accept or reject orders from customers depending on the availability of items or services they offer. They can even edit orders if required.
Orders will be dispatched by the merchants assigning partners manually by selecting the available partners or by auto-assigning.
Merchants get the history of all the orders with a separate sheet of weeks, months, and overall earnings for easier analysis.
Merchants can create orders for the customers, select the items and customer details, and book a pickup order.
Reviews and ratings given to the orders and services by customers could be analyzed by the merchants to take action for improvements.
Merchants can print invoices for the completed orders directly by linking the app to the printer via a virtual network called Bluetooth.
Merchants can set the timings of their services available during the day and also in the week, which will also be updated anytime they want.
Merchants can set the service time in a day and in the whole week to refer it to the customers, which they can also update anytime required.
Merchants can analyze orders with the earnings with weekly, monthly or overall data that also includes orders and users’ details.
Merchants can set details for the customers to schedule orders, which includes the details of the time before which they order, after how much time it lasts, etc.
Merchants can set the delivery radius from the merchants where the services are offered and accordingly can set the prices.
Merchants can chat with the customers for any inquiries about the order, items, or payments from the panel or app.
Merchants can manage general settings like business status, visibility, and also if the merchant will be visible or not.
Menu, order list, earnings, and all such lists are imported to the sheet or even exported from the sheet for offline use.