- Delivery/Pickup Date
- Delivery/Pickup Time
- Delivery/Pickup Customer Note
- Delivery/Pickup Capacity (PRO Feature)
- Off Days (PRO Feature)
- Delivery/Pickup User Roles (PRO Feature)
- Locations (PRO Feature)
Both Delivery & Pickup Scheduling have the same options but these options control the respective order type (whether a delivery order or pickup order)
Delivery/Pickup Date #
Enable date #
Switching this option on allows the customer to set the date they’d like their order to be fulfilled.
Date field label #
Choose the text you want to show above the “Date” field on the checkout page.
Available delivery/pickup days #
Choose the days when you offer delivery or pickup services.
Make date field required #
Enable this option to prevent customers from checking out without choosing their delivery/pickup date.
Notice text #
The text you want to show then the customer doesn’t select a date for delivery/pickup.
Minimum days in future #
Set the minimum number of days in the future that a customer can place an order. This means that if today is Monday, and the minimum days in the future option was set to 1 then Monday(current day) and Tuesday would be blocked out and customers would be able to place an order from Wednesday onwards of that calendar month.
Maximum days in future #
This option allows you to set a “cap” on how many days in the future you can accept delivery/pickup orders.
Delivery/Pickup Time #
Enable time #
Switching this option on allows the customer to set the time they’d like their order to be fulfilled.
Remove passed time slots from dropdown #
This options removes time slots that are no longer applicable for delivery/pickup. If you set a time slot as “9:00 AM – 12:00 PM”, and a customer tries to place an order at 12:01 PM, they would not see the 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM time slot in the list if this option is turned on.
Order Placement Buffer #
Use this option to set the amount of time you need to prepare an order. Using the same time slot above as an example, if you set the order placement buffer to 30 (30 minutes), and a customer tries to place an order at 11:31 AM, they would not see the 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM time slot in the list since 12:00 PM is less than 30 minutes away.
Time field label #
Set the label that appears above the time field.
Create your times #
Create your time slots for your chosen operating days. The available days match with your operating days selected in the delivery/pickup “Available days” option. If time slots are not created for a day, then customers can choose any time of that day.
Make time field required #
Enable this option to prevent customers from checking out without choosing their delivery/pickup time.
Notice text #
The text you want to show then the customer doesn’t select a time for delivery/pickup.
Delivery/Pickup Customer Note #
Customer Note #
Add a customer note that shows beneath the delivery/pickup fields on the checkout page.
Font size #
Set the size the customer note should be.
Delivery/Pickup Capacity (PRO Feature) #
Set capacity by #
Decide whether you’d like to set capacity restrictions by Days of the week or Time slots.
Days of the week option #
Enter the maximum number of orders you accept on various days of the week. This option applies to every single day throughout your calendar available days. Not setting a value will allow for unlimited orders.
Time slots option #
Set the maximum orders possible within specific time slots. The time slots available are pulled from the times that you created in Delivery/Pickup time settings.
You can optionally remove time slots that have been filled from the checkout so that customers do not see them as options. Customers won’t be able to place an order for a time slot if its maximum capacity has been reached.
Off Days (PRO Feature) #
Create the days that you wont be accepting delivery nor pickup orders from your store. These are essentially “Closed days”.
Delivery/Pickup User Roles (PRO Feature) #
Set the user roles that are able to see the delivery/pickup options at checkout.
Locations (PRO Feature) #
Create delivery or pickup locations that customers can select during checkout. Be sure to include the comma (,) in the coordinates. You can find the coordinates for an address using a website like this one.