• Subsequent to tutorial 1, once we reach the menu upload page, click on the download here (encircled in yellow) button to download the sample menu file
  • Once the file is downloaded, you have to open it by clicking the file on the lower left side (encircled in green).


  • Once the spreadsheet opens, delete the sample contents (give for illustration purposes) other than the heading. For the illustration purpose, some examples have been filled in the spreadsheet and will be explained column-wise
  • Name column – Fill in the name of the food category; in the above sample spreadsheet, it’s biryani, coffee, wine and beer.
  • Description column – This column will be the description of the given food name.  
  • Type column – This column is classified into three types – Food, Beverages and Liquor. The main courses, soups, side dishes, appetisers etc., come under food, coffee’s, tea’s, smoothies and similar items as beverages. Wine, beer, whisky, rumetc., as liquor.  
  • Food column – The main classification is vegetarian, non_vegeterian, eggetarian and seafood, which is self-explanatory. Liquor and beverages that don’t contain non-veg items are also considered vegetarian.
  • Price column – Type in the product price in this column (total amount mentioned in the bill).
  • Category_1 column – Classify the food in the category column; e.g. both veg and non-veg biryani come under the biryani category; likewise, wine and beer will be categorised as liquor.
  • Category _2 column – This is column is the subcategory of the category 1 column. It is not mandatory and is optional.
  • S.GST & C.GST column – Mention the S.GST and C.GST taxes in the given column, respectively. As most restaurants have a tax of 5% (2.5 S.GST + 2.5 C.GST), the same has been considered an example in screen 2.
  • Some food items may have different tax structures, surcharges or VAT. In this case, the adjustment will be made from the backend by our support team.


After making the entries in spread sheet save the same as CSV format.


  • Once the file is saved, click on choose file (encircled in yellow) and upload the file (illustrated on the left side of screen 4).
  • Once the file is successfully loaded, a pop appears as shown. Click on ok (encircled in green on right side of the screen 4)
  • Later click on next on the upper right side of the screen.


  • After you upload the sheet, log in to Posify login.posify.in.
  • Once you log in, click on billing (encircled in yellow) on the dashboard.
  • As you land on the next page, click on takeaway (encircled in green).


  • You can see the sub-section of meals we have created on the spreadsheet as you land on the takeaway delivery page. In the above example, we can see the Meals, burgers and biryani; click on the biryani section (encircled in yellow)
  • Once click on the biryani page, you can see both the veg and the non-veg section (as shown in the picture on the left side.

This brings us to the end of the process of signing and on boarding your outlet. The process of uploading the POS menu will be explained in tutorial 2

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