General

  • Hierarchy

    In qReveal, content is arranged in a hierarchy like this: Locations Menus or Price Lists Categories Items Modifiers You can see this visually for menus and price lists here or view the chart below. Within this organizational structure, there are also assignments that are an important part of ho...
  • Assigning

    In qReveal, not only is there a hierarchy of how content is arranged, but specific content can also be “assigned” to one or more other pieces of content. This is an important concept to understand when using qReveal because it determines what content shows up where. Reviewing hierarchy To bett...
  • Content visibility

    If you’re having trouble making sure that your location, menu, category, item or modifier is visible to your customers there are three main things to check. Is it live? First, make sure that the location, menu, category, item or modifier is active. Look for this icon: If you see this gray dr...
  • Limited availability

    In qReveal, items and modifiers can be marked as “limited availability.” This is an ideal way to: Manage customer expectations for items that might no longer be available by the time they order If you’re running low on inventory of certain ingredients, label those dishes as being limited availa...
  • Changing the 'limited' label

    You can always edit what “limited” items are called on the customer view using Settings and the "Limited Text" field. Simply edit the text and click the Save button.
  • Wish list feature

    qReveal QR code menus and price lists included a “Wish list” feature. When browsing a QR code menu or price list, customers can tap the heart icon next to items they are interested in. This adds it to a running list that can be accessed by tapping “Wish list” in the bottom navigation bar. The ...
  • Changing the 'wish list' label

    We call this feature “wish list” by default but you can change its name under Settings and "Wish List Title." This field is show outlined in pink in the screenshot below.
  • Currency settings

    qReveal is designed to be used around the globe, so you can change the currency symbol used on your menus or price lists. This setting is found under Settings and the "Currency" dropdown. Just pick the one you’d like and click the Save button. If you don’t see your local currency, contact us ...
  • Editing 'Help/Order' label and text

    In the footer navigation menu your customers see, there is a “Help/Order” icon. This is what your customers see: Tapping this brings up a small window with additional information: Customizing the title You can change the title text displayed below the icon in the footer navigation bar and the...
  • Lighter and darker themes

    You can pick between two themes — light and dark — or let customers pick which one they’d like to use. Light theme The light theme features a light background with dark text. The logo you use should likely also have black or dark text. Some advantages to using light mode are: Creates a lighte...
  • Phraseology

    When using qReveal as an admin, you can change whether the admin interface refers to “menus” or “price lists.” Update this under Settings and select the “Preferred Phraseology” option: It’s important to note that this does not change any phrasing that your customers see — you can edit that te...
  • Schedules

    The schedules feature is only available on qReveal Premium plans. Upgrade to premium to get access to this helpful feature. qReveal has advanced scheduling features that allow you to automatically show and hide menus or price lists during specific days of the week and times of the day. By defau...
  • Sorting

    With sorting, you can manage the order that menus or price lists, categories, items and modifiers appear to your customers. Why sorting is useful This is useful for: Controlling the order of menus such as making “Breakfast” first, followed by “Lunch” and “Dinner” Arranging categories in a logi...
  • Status circles

    Throughout qReveal, you might see yellow and green circles such as in these example views: In qReveal, green icons signify that something is live. This corresponds to the slider being in the “live” position, as shown here: Yellow circles, meanwhile, indicate the an item is in draft mode. Th...
  • Timezones

    Each location in qReveal can have its own timezone. Setting a time zone Click Locations in the admin navigation. Select the location you want to work with and click the Edit button on its row. Look for the "Extra Details" box and location the "Timezone" dropdown. Click this and find the timex...
  • URL handles

    Editing, changing and deleting handles can have significant effects on your price lists or menus, including making the stop working. Please review all of the information below before working with any handle. qReveal uses “handles” to create unique URLs for every one of our business users and the...
  • Accent color

    Eligible plans include the ability to select an accent color to make your contactless menus and price lists match your brand. This color appears on buttons and select text throughout your menu or price list. Click Settings on the admin navigation. Scroll down to the "Accent color" section. Clic...
  • Branding options

    qReveal allows for a variety of ways to make your contactless menus and price lists match your brand: Upload your own photos or stock photos Use your own logos and favicons Choose an accent color
  • Canceling your account

    Before you to decide to cancel, please feel free to reach out to us to see if there's anyway we can do to make our service work for you. qReveal cannot cancel premium subscriptions on your behalf, but heres how: Login to your account  Click your photo or the placeholder person image in the uppe...
  • Capacity limits

    Some accounts may only be used by single location venues with a capacities of less than a certain number of people. Capacity is defined as the number of physical seats or the maximum occupancy as determined by local officials (including “standing room only” or similar capacities), whichever is ...
  • Content status

    This icon means your content is live and visible, assuming other visibility requirements are met: If you see this gray draft icon, you need to click it to toggle it to the green version shown above for it to be active and visible.
  • Cookie banner

    qReveal offers the ability to add an option "cookie consent" banner to your public facing menu or price list pages. This feature, powered by Osano, offers basic functionality to inform your users that cookies and other tracking technology may be used in order to deliver a reliable and feature ri...
  • Demos

    For single location small businesses and smaller chains, qReveal has a variety of working demos of what customers see here. We also offer a series of video tutorials that provide a look at the admin area. Also, keep in mind that it's always free to sign up for an account and give our platform ...
  • Free plan limits

    Our free edition includes the basic tools to get started with creating a mobile friendly QR code contactless menu or price list: Create one menu or price list for your singe location business Limit of 4 categories Limit of 20 items Free printable QR codes for customers to scan with their devices...
  • Long description HTML and CSS

    The ability to include HTML in the long description field is only available on qReveal Premium plans. Upgrade to premium to get access to this helpful feature. Using this feature requires basic knowledge of HTML and CSS. We have included sample code below that most users can modify for their nee...
  • Make item or modifier temporarily unavailable (86ing)

    If you run out of an item or modifier (whether it be a menu item, other product or even service), you can temporarily disable it so that customers won't see it and be disappointed. This also lets you temporarily remove the item from your menu or price list without having to delete it, which is p...
  • 'Powered by qReveal' links

    Upgrade to qReveal Premium to remove the "Powered by qReveal" link from the bottom of your pages. This article applies only to users of qReveal Free. qReveal free users have a line that contains that text "Powered by qReveal" at the bottom of every page along with a link to our website. The lin...
  • Scans and sessions

    Free plans have a limit on the number of scans and sessions. qReveal Premium plans include higher limits. Upgrade to premium to increase your account limit. Different qReveal accounts have different limits on the number of scans or sessions per month. Scans are defined as the number of times a ...
  • Settings

    The Settings link on the admin navigation bar offers a variety of options for how your account and content is configured, including: Phraseology Currency setting 'Help/Order' label and text Themes Accent color Branding options Cookie consent banner Userway accessibility widget Video tutorial
  • Support policies

    qReveal is here to help! The best way to contact us is to click the ? icon in the lower right of the screen when you're logged in to your admin dashboard. This passes along key information that can be helpful in resolving your issues faster. Here are some general guidelines about our support: ...
  • Userway accessibility widget

    One way to make your contactless menus and price lists more accessible is to integrate the Userway widget. You may also want to consider providing printed single use copies of your menu for accessibility and other purposes. Userway offers a free edition, but you need to sign up for a free trial ...