Setting up a printer to print orders
Setting up a printer to automatically print orders is easy. You must have a Windows PC attached to the printer that you'd like to use.
Start by installing the printer application on the Windows PC. You can install it from here (this is our "POS Connector" app, but don't let the name confuse you; this same app is used to set up printers for printing orders). One or more components may be required, such as .NET Framework 4.0, but these should automatically install.
Configuring the Application
Once the application is installed, you will need to navigate to C:\Program Files (x86)\Online Ordering\POS Integration for Online Ordering and double-click the file named wyupdate.exe. Follow the prompts to install updates to the app, then click Finish. It is important to install updates first; otherwise, the app will not operate properly.
To launch the app, right-click the "Configure POS Integration" icon on your desktop and choose "Run as administrator". (again, this app doubles as our printer app, even though the name is specific to POS configurations). It will prompt for your email address and password. After that, just select the printer you'd like to use, select a secondary (if needed), specify the number of copies you'd like to have print out (the default number is 1). and click the Save Settings button.
We recommend printing a test order to verify that your printer is working properly.
Running the app automatically
Once you've saved your settings, the app will run automatically in the background. You can safely click Exit or click the red "X" to close the window.