⬇ Explore the functionalities of the modifiers page by toggling between tabs below.⬇

This section describes in detail the features of Modifiers. Users will be guided on creating modifier groups, and assigning modifier products to linked products, configuring linkages etc.

This feature is best used when users would like to offer customers the freedom of choice whether to top-up for additional “tag-along” items or “optional” during a purchase.


As a continuation from Product Classes, once modifier products and main product are created, at the Features Panel, Click on Modifiers to access Modifiers main page.



1. New Modifier Group

Enable users to create a new modifier group, select Modifier Group.

a. Enter the name of modifier group.

b. Enter description of modifier group. (optional)

c. Assign sequence of modifier group. (0 being on top of the list)

d. Select modifier type.

      • Add-on: Does not limit customers to quantity and choices from a range of add-on products at the POS System.
      • Option: To limit customers to choose only a single option from a range of add-on products at the POS System.

e. Click on Create Modifier Group once done. 


2. Search & Filter

Allows user to search created Modifier Group based on Group Name and Type of Groups filtered.


3. Modifier Groups Details

Shows user information relating to a particular voucher series.

    • Position: Sequence of Modifier Groups
    • Group Name: Name of Modifier Groups
    • Created Date: Date of Modifier Groups created
    • Type: Add-on / Option
    • Item: Modifier products linked to a particular Modifier Groups
    • Linked Product Variants: Main Products which the Modifier Group is linked to.


4. Modifier Group Configuration

Click on the name of the Modifier Group to be directed to the Configuration page of a Group.

Users also need to access the configuration page to create linkages for modifier group, linking the modifier products and main products.


5. Edit Button

To enable users to make changes to an existing modifier group. 


6. Delete Button

To remove modifier group from the database.


Once users have created a Modifier Group, users shall now assign modifier product(s) and linked product(s) into the Modifier Group.


To do that, click on the name of the Modifier group.


Users will then be directed to the Modifier Group Configuration page.


1. Select Add-on product(s) to be assigned to the Modifier Group, users can do so via methods A or B.

Method A. Add Product Variant

Users can select the variants to be added as part of the modifier group.

a. Search Panel: Search with product name, SKU, brand and product categories.

b. Selection Boxes: ☑️ the selection boxes for applicable products.

c. Click on Save once done.


Method B. Import from File

To allow users to bulk import products by using the import template.

a. Download Add-on import template, open the template and enter sku in column A of excel file.
💡 Click on “?” to see required information for bulk import.

b. Once completed, upload to the backend portal.

c. Click on Begin Import once done, the entire list of SKU will be added to the backend portal.


2. Select Linked Product(s) to be assigned to the modifier group, similarly users can do so via A and B as described in step 1.

💡 Composite products can be linked to modifier groups.


3. Users should now see the lists of products being assigned as add-on products and linked products.


4. Users may edit the positions of add-on products assigned to the group based on priority, or delete it if no longer needed.


5. Based on the example shown, it can be summarized that “Ice level” is an option-type modifier group, limiting customers to choose only a single option from a range of add-ons when either one of the linked products are being sold at the POS. Here is the POS interface to show Modifiers.


To differentiate the uses of the different types of modifier groups, see the comparison table below.


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