To view the FooEvents POS plugin settings, login to your WordPress dashboard and go to FooEvents POS > Settings in the left sidebar.
|FooEvents license key
|Required for automatic plugin updates.
|Use FooEvents Check-ins app appearance settings
|Use the same custom appearance settings for FooEvents POS that are selected for the Check-ins app.
|The title that displays on the sign-in screen beneath the app logo and is also used to name the page that loads the POS for further customization.
|Upload or select an existing image that will be used as the main app logo (PNG format with transparency is recommended).
|Primary interface color
|The primary color that will be used to style various interface elements in the app such as buttons, spinners, order list headers and sliders.
|Primary text color
|The primary color that will be used for body text contained within various interface elements in the app.
|Upload or select an existing image that will be used as the main app icon (512 x 512 PNG format with transparency is recommended).
|Customer user role
|The FooEvents POS app will only fetch users with the selected roles. This can be customized by selecting other user role(s) in the multi-select box.
|Select the customer that should be used by default for any new orders created in the FooEvents POS app.
|By default, access to FooEvents POS is restricted to users with the “Administrator” or “Cashier” user role. However, if you would like other users to have access to the FooEvents POS app but don’t necessarily want to grant them Admin access to your site, you can manage permissions for other user roles by installing a free WordPress plugin called User Role Editor.
|Product categories to display
|The FooEvents POS app will display all published products by default, but you can select specific product categories to display instead from the multi-select box.
The FooEvents POS app will only fetch products with the selected status.
|Products per request
|When fetching all data you can specify how many products the FooEvents POS app should load in each request (lower values will result in slower product load times but this usually works better for servers with limited resources).
|Only fetch in stock products
|The FooEvents POS app will only display products that have a status of ‘In Stock’.
|Show attribute labels
|Display attribute labels next to their values for product variations.
|Use decimal values in quantities
|Enable the use of decimal values in the quantity field.
|Order statuses to load
|The FooEvents POS app will only fetch orders with the selected statuses. This can be customized by selecting each status using the multi-select box.
|Order load limit
|Limit the number of recent orders to load in the FooEvents POS app.
|Fetch order notes
|The FooEvents POS app will fetch and display corresponding order notes in the Order Details section. This may cause performance issues and the FooEvents POS app might run out of memory on certain platforms when a large volume of orders is fetched. Disabling this setting will still load notes to customers.
|Order submit statuses
|Select the statuses that will be shown on the checkout screen to override the default order submit status when submitting an order.
|Default submit order status
|Set the default status that orders should have when submitting via the POS.
|Incomplete order statuses
|Orders with the selected statuses can be sent through the checkout process in order to capture a payment. Please note that order details such as cart items, customer or coupon codes will not be editable.
|Disable new order emails
|Disable sending new order emails in WooCommerce for orders created in the FooEvents POS app.
|New order alerts > Order status
|Select the order statuses that should trigger a new order alert in the POS app when new or updated orders are fetched in the background.
|New order alerts > Shipping method
|Select the shipping methods that should trigger a new order alert in the POS app when new or updated orders are fetched in the background.
|Select an existing image to use as the logo on receipts or upload a new file (preferably hi-res black and white).
|Name of the store displayed on receipts.
|Optional content which displays immediately after the store name and logo at the top of receipts.
|Title of the receipt (e.g. “Tax Invoice”).
|Order number prefix
|Text which displays in front of the order number (e.g. “Order”).
|Product column title
|Title of the product column (e.g. “Product”).
|Quantity column title
|Title of the quantity column (e.g. “Qty”).
|Price column title
|Title of the price column (e.g. “Price”).
|Subtotal column title
|Title of the subtotal column (e.g. “Subtotal”).
|Show product SKU
|Display the product SKU on the receipt.
|Abbreviation used to indicate the inclusive price (e.g. “incl.”).
|Abbreviation used to indicate the exclusive price (e.g. “excl.”).
|Title of the discounts field (e.g. “Discounts”).
|Title of the refunds field (e.g. “Refunds”).
|Title used for the combined tax total (e.g. “Tax”).
|Title of the combined total (e.g. “Total”).
|Payment method title
|Title of the payment method (e.g. “Payment Method”).
|Billing address title
|Title of the billing address (e.g. “Billing Address”).
|Shipping address title
|Title of the shipping address (e.g. “Shipping Address”).
|Optional content displayed at the bottom of receipts and invoices.
|Display FooEvents POS logo
|Display the FooEvents POS logo at the bottom of receipts and invoices.
FooEvents POS payment methods can be managed from within your WordPress dashboard.
Login to your WordPress dashboard and go to FooEvents POS > Settings > Payment Methods
Using the existing WooCommerce payment method management screen, you can enable/disable specific payment methods, change the display order, and give them custom titles by clicking on the Manage button.
Please refer to the Payments help document for more information
|Enables secure communication between FooEvents POS and the Square Point of Sale app.
|Links WooCommerce orders to Square transactions and enables automatic Square refunds in the FooEvents POS app.
|Used for initializing a secure Stripe manual card payment form in the FooEvents POS app. This option can be left empty if the Stripe manual card payment method will not be used.
|Enables secure communication between FooEvents POS and your Stripe account.
|Enable ‘Sales Channel’ filter
|Enables a ‘Sales Channel’ filter on the Orders report in WooCommerce Analytics so you can filter between orders placed online and through the FooEvents POS app.
|Enable order analytics
|Allow FooEvents POS to anonymously collect non-sensitive data for orders placed through the FooEvents POS app such as order totals, country and payment method (to opt out, leave this box unchecked).
FooEvents POS performs various checks which show critical information about your store’s configuration and issues that require your attention.