Saved Sales Sync
Saved Sales Sync enables businesses with an active internet connection to sync open saved sales between registers, securely back up saved sales (even if using a single device), view BackOffice reporting on saved sales, and close saved sales from the ShopKeep Pay app. With this feature, sales saved at one register can be viewed, modified, and finished on another, allowing flexibility to manage orders from any available device. When adding or replacing a register, backed-up saved sales will be available immediately.
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Saved Sales Sync Basics
Here is some basic information about how the Saved Sales Sync feature works.
Best Practices for Saved Sales Sync
For Saved Sales Sync to work most effectively, follow the best practices for using this feature.
Saved Sales Sync Settings
While it is recommended to keep Saved Sales Sync enabled, if you plan to continuously operate a register without internet, disable Saved Sales Sync on that register to avoid recurring offline warning messages. If disabled, Saved Sales Sync can easily be turned back on.
Disabling Saved Sales Sync on a register will immediately sync its saved sales to other registers with the feature enabled, then remove them from the disabled register. After the feature is disabled, sales saved at that register will no longer be backed up or synced to other registers, and orders placed via your ShopKeep eCommerce online webstore will not sync to the register.
- Sign into the register as a register manager.
- Tap ‘Register Settings’ on the Main Menu (iOS) or ‘Setup’ on the register menu (Android).iOS ShopKeep Register AppAndroid ShopKeep Register App
- Toggle the switch next to ‘Saved Sales Sync’.iOS ShopKeep Register AppAndroid ShopKeep Register App
- Review the warning, then tap ‘Continue’ to disable the feature on this register.
- (Optional) Repeat steps 1 - 4 to disable the feature on other offline registers.
Saved Sales Sync will remain enabled on other registers until these steps are repeated.
- To re-enable Saved Sales Sync, perform steps 1 - 3 on a register where it is disabled.