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Modifiers and Modifier Groups

A modifier is an option for further describing an item and can be associated with a cost. Modifiers need to be created within a Modifier group.

Example
A restaurant that makes burritos might create a modifier group called “Toppings” with modifiers: “Extra Cheese”, “No Cheese”, “Sour Cream”
A cafe that offers drinks might create a modifier group called “Milk” with modifiers: “0% Milk”, “2% Milk”, “Whole Milk”, “Half and Half”

Smart Online Order imports your existing modifiers and modifier groups from your Clover inventory and places it on your website. It is important to not just have modifiers that customers can understand but to also set limits so customers can’t order more than a certain number of toppings or options.

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