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How to assign orders - when and how boarders eat
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In bulk add / cancel orders to boarders can be assigned under the 'Orders & Types of payers & Guests'.

You can find these settings in the top drop-down menu: 'Boarders' in the 'Canteen' module when logged in as the administrator or the person entitled to the Canteen module.

Click on the 'Add / cancel order' icon (1.) in the top menu.
In an opened dialog box you can assign the order, e.g. for the period from the beginning of the school year with the default 'Menu A' (2.) for selected boarders - 'Add more users' (3.).
In the next dialog box you can select teachers, guests, students or classes (all as whole or individualy) (4.), confirm the selection 'Ok' (5.) and do not forget to 'Save changes' (6.)
If there are, e.g., students with assigned diet, they can be omitted from the bulk selection (see in green round) .

The order of meal can be assigned / changed also individually in the dialog box with boarder settings. It opens by click on the 'Lunch (type of meal)' column in the selected student's row (1.) and you can edit orders (2.). Do not forget to 'Save changes' (3.).

Next picture shows the student is boarding during the week except for Thursday.




Help content for 'Canteen' module

Canteen module - what it offers
Canteen module and user access
Serving of the meal - when the school cooks
Canteen menu
Rating of served meals
Add / cancel order / menu selection
Define types of payers
Overhead costs
How to assign types of payers to boarders
How to assign orders - when and how boarders eat
Boarders with a diet menu
Payment for canteen
How to set the initial credit
Managing multiple schools in canteen




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