On this blog, we frequently discuss the features and control Hangry’s dashboard provides for your mobile app users. Today, we’re taking a different approach, opening the front door, and giving you a first hand look at the control and management the Hangry dashboard offers for your Internal Mobile Ordering Team. Meaning, all the staff that work together to create a seamless mobile ordering experience.
Add a New Team Member
The ability to add a new team member allows you grant access to any new individual you would like using the dashboard. We’ve made this process simple and quick so you can add new members any time it is needed.
Assign Roles to Team Members
If you are an Administrator on the Hangry Dashboard, then you have the ability to assign roles to the rest of your team members. This means that you are able to set unique permissions for different members of your team. For example: if you have a team member who handles all the marketing, then you’d want them to have access to Loyalty & Messages, but you probably wouldn’t need them to have access to Operations or Accounting. In the same way, you could have a Restaurant Manager that you’d like to have access to Operations so they can update hours of operation, turn off menu items etc. However, the Restaurant Manager wouldn’t need access to any other pages so set their permissions to just operations and not any other pages. It’s important to note that you cannot assign roles unless you are an Administrator.
View Dashboard Events
The ability to view dashboard events allows you to view all the activity your staff members participate in when they log into the dashboard. This covers everything from simply logging in, to adding menu items, uploading images etc. This feature is great for keeping tabs on an employee once you’ve assigned them a task, or simply tracking dashboard behaviour in general. This feature will breakdown each event, the time of the event, and the duration they spent on each action.
Enable Test Access to your Users
When launching mobile ordering on campus, Hangry encourages both an alpha and beta testing round to ensure a successful launch. In beta testing, users can make orders on their mobile app and send them through to the kitchen. However, you must be assigned as a test/beta user on the dashboard in order to participate in testing. We encourage you to grant test access to your mobile ordering staff first so your team can get an in-depth look on how the process works and become experts quickly.
Limit a Member to Specific Restaurants/Cafeterias
If you are an Administrator on the Hangry Dashboard, then you have the ability to assign permissions to the rest of your team members. For example: if you have a team member who manages your Pita Pit dining location, then you’d want them to have access to Pita Pit on the dashboard, but probably not any other restaurant. With Hangry’s Cafeteria Access tab, you are able to limit a member to specific access of restaurants and cafeterias to ensure proper security. It’s important to note that you cannot assign roles unless you are an Administrator.
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