Register Guide for JUUL Merchants
The ShopKeep Register on the Sunmi T2 Lite runs on the Android operating system and is where you run transactions, open and close register shifts, and verify customer ID among other things. Let’s take a tour of the register and all that it has to offer.
Haven’t set up BackOffice yet? Visit our setup guide here.
Setting up the Sunmi T2 Lite for the first time? Visit our setup guide here.
Table of Contents
The register menu opens when signing in to the ShopKeep Register app and contains cashier and manager functions.
Open and close shifts, perform pay ins and payouts, and access other cashier and manager controls from here. The ‘Support’ tile shows register diagnostics and Customer Care contact information.
Below we explain each button starting with the top row, from left to right.
Transaction | Ring up a transaction. See the Running a Transaction section below for more information.
Transaction history | Browse transactions from the current shift and perform returns. See the Performing a Return section below for more information about this tile.
Gift cards | If using ShopKeep integrated gift cards, check the balance of a customer’s gift card.
Open/Close shift | Managers only. Open a shift to enter the starting amount in your cash drawer and start taking sales. Close a shift to enter in your closing cash drawer amount and reconcile your day.
Get updates | Managers only. Used to sync changes made from BackOffice with the register.
Support | Displays the status of the register and its connected hardware and provides Customer Care contact details. See the section below for more information about this tile.
Checks | View all saved open checks.
No sale | Managers only. Open the connected cash drawer without ringing up a transaction.
Pay in/out | Managers only. Add or remove money to or from the cash drawer. This automatically opens a connected drawer.
Shift report | Cashiers can view or print a summary of their transactions for shifts during which they worked. Managers can run the Shift report for individual employees who worked during the shift or for all employees.
Settings | Managers only. Managers only. Access optional auto signout, payment, hardware, and check syncing settings among other things. See the Register Settings section for more information about this tile.
House icon (bottom of screen) | Tap to exit to the Home screen of Sunmi T2 Lite.
The ‘Support’ screen contains register diagnostics and Customer Care contact information, as well as some additional information such as WiFi status.
- From the Register Menu, tap ‘Support’.
Location code | The unique code used to identify your ShopKeep account when contacting Customer Care.
Register name | Register’s name and number. This can be set up or edited in Register Licenses settings in BackOffice.
Internet connection status | Shows if the register is able to access the internet.
WiFi network name | Name of the WiFi network the register is currently connected to.
IP address | The register’s IP address on the network.
BackOffice status | Indicates if BackOffice is functional and able to communicate with the register. If there is an error, check our status page.
Last ‘Get Updates’ | Last time this register synced with data from BackOffice.
Cash drawer | Shows if a cash drawer is connected to the register. (may need removed)
Barcode scanner | Indicates if a USB barcode scanner is connected to the register.
Pending queue | Amount of register information waiting to be sent to BackOffice.
Force Get Updates | Managers only. Pushes data from BackOffice to the register if ‘Get updates’ fails to sync.
Send Diagnostics | Sends the register database to ShopKeep. Only needed if asked to use by Customer Care.
- Tap the back icon to return to the Register Menu.
From network status to auto sign out options, the ‘Settings’ screen contains optional settings for customizing how the register works.
Open the ‘Settings’ screen from the register menu to manage settings for auto signout, check syncing, and receipts. Below we explain each setting on this screen.
- From the Register Menu, tap ‘Settings’.
Auto sign out after transaction | When on, employees will be automatically signed out of the register after every transaction they complete. This is disabled by default.
Auto sign out after check save | When on, employees will be automatically signed out of the register after every check they save. This is disabled by default.
Auto sign out after idle time | When on, employees will be automatically signed out of the register after being idle for a set amount of time. This is disabled by default. When signed out, items left on the Transaction screen will be saved as an open check. Unsaved changes to existing checks will also be saved.
Card signature threshold | The total a credit sale must exceed before a customer signature is required. Tap to change the threshold amount.
Check Sync & Backup | When on, open checks automatically sync between registers and are backed up to the cloud. This is enabled by default. Read our Check Sync & Backup article for more information.
Show customer receipt print option | When off, printed receipt options are hidden on the receipt options screen at the end of transactions. This is enabled by default.
Card Readers | Set up a new credit card reader, view the connected reader, and toggle readers on or off.
Receipt Printers | Set up a new receipt printer, view all available receipt printers, and toggle receipt printers on or off.
- Tap the back icon to return to the Register Menu.
Running a Transaction
Every transaction starts by ringing up the items a customer is purchasing. After adding items to a transaction, a cashier can change item quantities, remove items, or discard the entire order.
Add Items to the Transaction
- Tap a shortcut, search by item name, SKU, or UPC, or scan an item’s barcode using the supported Zebra DS2208 or DS4608 scanner to add it to the transaction.
Selling Restricted Items
Learn how to ring up age-restricted and quantity-restricted items at the register.
- Add an age-restricted item to a sale.
- The cashier verifies the age of the customer by scanning their ID, license, or passport or manually entering the date of birth from their ID.
For help setting up a scanner, visit our Sunmi T2 Lite setup guide.
- To scan a customer’s ID or driver’s license, you must use one of our supported 2D scanners: the Zebra DS2208 or DS4608. To scan a customer’s passport, you must use the Zebra DS4608. Learn which part of the ID, driver’s license, or passport to scan here.
- To manually enter the customer’s date of birth if unable to scan their ID, tap ‘Manager Entry’.
If prompted, enter a Register Manager code and tap ‘Approve’.
Select a reason for manual entry, then enter the customer’s date of birth.
- Verify the information displayed matches the customer's ID and the picture on the ID matches the customer, then tap 'Yes' to confirm or 'No' to cancel.
- If the customer does not meet the item age requirement, tap 'Remove' to delete the age-restricted item from the sale.
- Complete the transaction.
The age verification method prints on the receipt to indicate if the ID was scanned or manually entered.
- A cashier adds a quantity-restricted item to a sale.
- If the quantity of items from a restricted department or category exceeds the sale limit, the cashier is prevented from increasing the quantity.
- The cashier taps 'Remove' to dismiss the prompt and delete the extra quantity.
Changing Item Quantities
There are two different ways to change the quantity of an item on a sale, see how below.
- Tap '+' or' –' to increase of decrease the item quantity.
- Tap the quantity, enter a new number, and tap 'Done'.
Quantity-restricted items can’t have their quantity increased beyond the restriction that was set in BackOffice.
Remove Items from a Transaction
Cashiers can either remove individual sale items or discard the entire transaction.
Track the quantity and value of items deleted at the register and items from discarded transactions with X and Z reports.
- Swipe left across a line item and tap 'Delete' to remove it.
- Tap the trash icon to delete all items on the sale.
By default, transactions are assigned to a ‘Walk-in’ customer. Learn how to change the customer tagged to the transaction.
- Tap the customer name or email.
- Select an existing customer to tag to the sale or tap the ‘+’ to add a new one.
- If adding or editing a customer, tap the disk icon to save changes.
- If there are notes associated with a customer, an icon will appear next to their name on the transaction screen to remind the cashier to check the notes.
Finish the sale and tender out the customer.
- Select the tender the customer is using to finish the transaction. Select ‘Cash’, 'Credit', or tap the ‘...’ icon to view other available tenders if enabled.
Visit our Tenders article to learn how to enable additional tenders, such as ‘Check’ or ‘External Credit’.
- After selecting a tender, follow the prompts to accept and process the payment. Print or email a receipt by checking the box next to a receipt option (optional), then tap ‘Done’.
Customers can also select a receipt option from the customer-facing touchscreen on the Sunmi T2 Lite.
- When a transaction is complete, tap anywhere on screen to return to the transaction screen.
Performing a Return
Perform a return from the ‘Transactions History’ screen to refund a customer for a sale from the current shift or a previous shift.
Navigate to the ‘Transaction history’ screen to see a list of transactions run during the current shift on that register.
- Tap a transaction to view details.
- To view a transaction from a previous shift, search by customer or enter the transaction number from the receipt. If the customer cannot provide the transaction number, a copy of the receipt can be found in BackOffice via the Transaction Report.
- Tap ‘Begin Return’ and select the item(s) to return.
- The original sale tender is highlighted in red as the suggested tender for return. Tap ‘…’ to use a different tender.
- Select a receipt option and tap ‘Done’ or tap 'No Receipt'.
Customers can also select the email receipt option and enter their email address from the customer-facing touchscreen on the Sunmi T2 Lite.