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Creating and assigning price levels

To use a price level, you must first create it, and then you assign it to the menu items and groups that will use it.

To create a price level

  1. Access the Toast administration back-end.

  2. Choose Menus > Menu management > Price levels to open the Price levels page.

  3. In the price levels grid, click Add to create a new price level.

  4. Enter a name and a price for the price level.

  5. Repeat these steps to create additional price levels as needed.

  6. Save and publish your changes.

  7. Assign your price levels to the menu items and groups that will use them.

To assign a price level to a menu item

  1. Access the Toast administration back-end.

  2. Choose Menus > Menu management > Advanced properties to open the Advanced properties page.

  3. Expand the menus and menu groups on the Advanced Properties page to locate the menu item you want to edit.

  4. Click the name of the menu item you want to edit to see its details page.

  5. In the Pricing section, set the Pricing Provider configuration option to Price level, and choose a price level.

  6. Save your changes.

  7. If you are done editing prices for your menus, publish your changes.

To assign a price level to a menu group

  1. Access the Toast administration back-end.

  2. Choose Menus > Menu management > Advanced properties to open the Advanced properties page.

  3. Expand the menus and menu groups on the Advanced properties page to locate the menu group you want to edit.

  4. Click the name of the menu group you want to edit to see its details page.

  5. In the Pricing section, set the Menu group provides pricing configuration option to Yes.

  6. Set the Pricing Provider configuration option to Price level, and choose a price level.

  7. Save your changes.

  8. If you are done editing prices for your menus, publish your changes.