In the Places section you can set up useful features such as a daily menu, a table map or a loyalty program, or to manage users and contacts. Here you can also set up tables and their sections, which are then displayed in the application or products in your menu. You will also be able to print your company logo on your receipt or EET settings. In this article we will briefly look at all the tabs (1) you can work with in this section. If you manage multiple businesses in your administration, select a specific business from the list before you edit the features (2).


Product categories

In Product Categories you adjust how your in-app menu will appear, and then sort products for sale by their placement in your menu. See this article to learn how to set up or edit your categories correctly.


To be able to mark and close accounts in Storyous POS, you must first set up individual products. In this tab you can enter everything you need, including name, VAT rate, kitchen order print or recipe, which is used to link menu items with stock cards. How to work properly with Products can be found here.

Place settings

In Place settings, you can upload a logo that will be printed on receipts, thank customers for visiting a message on a receipt, or print the waiter's name on it. You will also find the option to change the end of the day according to your opening hours, set foreign currency rates or print the order number for the kitchen and receipt. More info.

Refund reasons

The reasons for canceling the receipt serve for a clear classification of canceled receipts. Learn how to set them up and learn more about why you cancel your receipt here.

Payment methods

In Payment Types, you enable and disable various payment options that will then appear in your app. Working with this tab is very simple and you can read all about it here.


In this tab you manage settings how the system records in the Electronic Sales Register. Here you also upload the EET certificate and enter other data needed for proper registration. You can find out how to properly register or use EET modes here.