Cash Register Settings

This page is meant as a guide for anyone who needs to see the different settings options in the Cash Register Module.


In the Cash Register settings, there will be several tabs to control the different portions of the Cash Register. These will vary in visibility based on the employee roles.


The first tab that it opens to by default is the Printing tab. Here you will use the radio and drop-down menus to select the different printing options.

  1. Receipt Printer - the radio buttons control whether to print as a pdf or to a receipt printer. The drop-down menu selects the Receipt printer to use.

  2. The Select Receipt format lets you choose whether to print a standard receipt or an invoice on letter-size paper.

  3. The Print Labels section lets you select the label printer to use.



The Trays tab lets you edit the tray properties depending on employee roles.

  1. Show only the current device lets you switch between seeing only the current device’s tray or all trays.

  2. Find the tray you want to edit and either double-click on it or highlight it and click manage.

  3. In the manage tray window

    1. You can edit the device a tray is associated

    2. Edit the tray’s name.

    3. Edit which employee the tray is associated with.

    4. Click Save when done making changes

  4. You can delete or manage an existing tray here. A new tray can also be made for use by this device here.



The LAyaways tab will let you edit layaway properties.

  1. Minimum Layaway - amount is the smallest total amount a sale has to be to put it on layaway.

  2. Origination Fee - this is a fee that may be set for a person to pay to use the layaway system.

  3. Cancelation Fee - a fee that may be set as a penalty for canceling a layaway.

  4. Default Due Date - the default number of days a layaway will be set for. This can be changed at the time a sale is put on layaway.


The Questions tab is an optional add-on that will be explained in its own guide. It is used to generate questions for the cashier to ask a customer.


The Quick Buttons tab is for making quick buttons for cashiers to use on the register.

See separate guide to do so (place holder)


The Options tab has several groups of settings to go over and the groups will be separated in this guide.



Location Options :

  1. Cash rounding - option to round to the nearest .05 cent mark (mainly used in Canada where they got rid of the penny equivalent)

  2. Require closing invoices on hold before closing a tray - gives you the option of requiring all hold be cleared or not to close a drawer.

  3. Enable invoice notes - gives the option of enabling invoice notes for sales, returns, and layaways.

  4. Enables Sound Feedback.




Device Options :

  1. Enable Customer Display - allows using the customer display.

  2. Require Customer on Returns - turns on require that any returns have a customer’s account linked to it.

  3. Manager Override Required for Price Reductions - Toggle whether a manager is required to discount prices.

  4. Logout After Each Invoice - Logs the user out after each sale/return - prevents the register from being accessed if the cashier has to leave the register unattended.

  5. Require Customer on Sale - toggles requiring a customer on every sale.


Client Options :

  1. Manager Override Required for Variable Discounts Greater Than % - allows setting a maximum amount that cashiers can discount items without a manager’s approval.

  2. Use Manual Discount Reason Lines - toggles adding notes to the individual discount line on an invoice.

  3. Discount Reasons - Allows pre-setting of discounts for various reasons. Can be used for coupons, damaged items, etc.




Printer Zones :

This is used for things such as sending orders to a different section of the building. An order can be put in the front of a store and be sent back to a Kitchen or Warehouse to have items prepared and brought up to the register.