Start and login
Add new product
Assigning allergens to products
Modify product info directly on overview page
Product composites and combideals
Product details view and edit
Production order on ticket
Search and filter products
Changing payment settings
QR Adjust settings / Personalize appearance
Sales channel Kiosk configuration
Applying menu planner for a self-service sales channel
Disable ticket printing
Working with the app
App sign in/out
Flexible payment during visit
booq POS onboarding
Creating and modifying product groups
Product groups define the default settings of a product within the booq POS system. When you create a product and link it to that product group, these default settings are automatically adopted.
Create a product group
To add an article group, go to 'Articles > product groups'. Press "+Add product group" and complete the following fields:
- Parent product group: choose a logical group to keep the structure easy to understand
- Turnover group is important for reporting, so choose the correct turnover group or create a new one if needed
- VAT rate
- Course: choose the course in relation to the order on the production ticket or on the kitchen screen
- Production attributes: select the correct printer or kitchen screen where the product is to be produced
Click "Save" to save the created group.
Changing an product group
To edit a product group, go to 'Articles > Product groups'. There you find the group in which you want to change something. By clicking the "pencil icon" next to the product group, you will be taken to the screen where you can change the settings. For example, the production attributes, name or VAT rate. Click "Save" at the bottom right to save any changes you made.
After you have modified the product group, all products linked to that product group will be automatically modified.
Deleting a product group
To delete a product group, click the "trash can icon" next to the product group. Confirm the deletion by pressing "OK". Deleted products groups cannot be restored. Any products linked to this article group will therefore have to be linked to another article group.
If you look up a product that was linked to the product group you just deleted, you will see that the product group, department and production attributes are also deleted.