A for automation, B for backups and C for contactless menus: say hello to the Menutech alphabet! 🔠
This glossary defines common terms that you might see as you're working in Menutech, or throughout our Helpcentre.
Pretty much at the heart of everything we do at Menutech! Automated allergen detection, translation and design for your food & beverage menus. Meaning you can enjoy the comfort of pre-filled information and spend more time with your guests.
Or "menu versions": when you want to make extra sure your progress is saved in stages, save different backups for each of your menus. This is a pro feature.
When you finish preparing a menu on Menutech, you have the option of either printing it or going contactless: a contactless menus can either be a PDF menu (best for website embeds) or a Mobile menu (best for QR code printed on tables).
All menu templates on Menutech are 100% customisable: flicker through the 30+ menu styles we have an offer and let your brand shine!
The one-click solutions translate the entirety of your menu in one go. All automated translations are highlighted for your to check. This is a pro feature.
Change fonts on-the-go to customise your menus. You can save your preferred fonts for next use, so you can make sure all your menus are on brand. This is a pro feature.
Say goodbye to typos: Menutech checks your menu and its translations for any spelling or grammar mistakes, and reports them back to you in real time. This is a pro feature.
Linked templates are extra documents, such as the allergen matrix or procurement list, that are automatically generated from your menu. These documents update themselves in real time if you make any changes to the menu, and do not count as additional menus for your subscription limits.
Or "mobile-friendly menu", "smartphone menu", "QR code menu": it's a hygienic and safe way for your guests to access your menus directly on their smartphone by scanning a QR code.
Pro features are included for all our paid plans but are not included in our trial accounts.
You can find the popover (the blue or grey icon in a shape of list) on the Write screen. The Popover is the quickest way for you to add some information to a section, dish, beverage or wine in your menu: this includes prices, descriptions, allergens, labels, and much more! The best part? Everything is saved for next use.
When you finish preparing a menu on Menutech, you can let your guests access it directly on their own smartphones by printing a QR code and placing it on your tables. Not only you get to reduce your menu printing costs to 0, you also ensure a hygienic and safe way for your guests to access your menus.
Formerly the "Print screen": it's the final step of preparing a menu on Menutech. This is where you can check if there are any missing translations, start the grammar checker, get the sharing links or QR codes for your menus, save backups and access linked templates.
Or "2. Style", "Styling page" or "Style page": it's the second step of preparing a menu on Menutech. This is where you can switch from one template to another and customise paper dimensions, margins, colours, fonts and more for your menu.
Templates are the different styles you can choose from for your menus. Some templates are best for restaurant menus, others for daily menus. They are all searchable and organised for you on the side navigation button "Templates".
Or "3. Translate", "Translation page" or "Translate page": it's an optional step for you to translate your menu in French, German, Italian, Spanish, Croatian, Catalan, Polish or more.
Or "menu backups": when you want to make extra sure your progress is saved in stages, save different versions for each of your menus. This is a pro feature.
Or "1. Write", "Write page", "Writing page": it's the first step of preparing a menu on Menutech. This is where you add all the content of your menus, such as dishes, beverages, wines - but also sections, page breaks, titles and more.