- Button Size: choose the size of the buttons on the screen. The default is “210 x 100”. Buttons with “+5” or “-5” are available for manual customization.
- Button Font Size: choose the size of the font on the buttons. The default is “Regular/Bold Regular”. Buttons with “+0.2” and “-0.2” are available for manual customization.
-Show Inventory: displays the inventory remaining for the event.
-Show End Date Time: displays the end time of the event.
-Show Day Of Week: displays the day of week the event occurs on.
-Show Venue: displays the venue of the event.
-Show Venue Short: displays the short name of the venue.
-Show Single Tier: displays a single tier for if you have multiple tier inventories and pricing.
-Single Day View: allows you to see events that are currently on sale for today's dates. As event pass, the screen will refresh and the past event will drop from the screen.
-Whole Day View: displays all of the events that occur within a day even after that event has gone off sale.
-Tier Mode: Allows you to display tiers and pricing if you have multiple tiers. These views can add or decrease button click through.
-Tier And Price: Shows the tier and price with on click.
-Tier Only: Shows the tier that you will choose and then shows the price under that tier.
-Event Then Tier: Shows the Event, then the Tier then the price under the tier (multiple clicks to get to the price)
- Catalog View (Image ON/OFF): displays images of catalog items when checked. Great for showing concessions items images on the pricing buttons.
- Membership Mode: displays the memberships in different ways.
-Level And Price: displays the memberships all together with the pricing.
-Level Then Price: displays the memberships grouped by level, then price.
- Guest Display: If you have a POS that has a Display panel on the back of the terminal, you can set up display messages that will appear for the customer to see (i.e. "Thank you for supporting us!", "Welcome to the Theater", etc.)
- Menu View (Text ON/OFF): displays the titles of the menu buttons if on.
- Default OSK (ON/OFF): displays the On-Screen Keyboard when checked.
- Use Windows OSK: uses Windows On-Screen Keyboard when checked.
- Donation Customer Prompt: If you have a donation set up in the system, this will prompt your sellers to ask for a donation prior to completing the order.
- Early Renewal Prompt: When this is set up, it will notify the cashier that a membership is due to expire at a predetermined number of days. (i.e. "Membership is due to expire 30 days from today"). This allows the cashier to remind the member that they are about to expire and ask if they would like to renew at that point.
- Menu Placement: changes where the menu is located. The default is “Top”.
- Menu Button Size: changes the size of the menu buttons. The default is “48 x 48”.
- Default Scan Type: Indicates to the system what type of barcode is scanned.
-Ticket: Set to Scan Tickets Only
-Membership: Set to scan Membership cards only.
-Catalog: Set to scan Catalog items only
-Order Search: Allows you to search for Orders when scanning either a confirmation QR Codes or a Barcode of a ticket.
-Order Print: Allows you to scan a confirmation QR Code and print that order.
-Validate: Allows you to scan a ticket and validate that it is a valid ticket.
-Prompt: Allows you to scan any barcode or QR code then gives you a pop up menu to choose what function you would like the system to do. *Most used as it gives all options listed above.
- Daily Batch Validation: Allows the ticket to be validated as soon as it is printed. No need to scan.
- Collect Order Stats: Allows the cashier to collect an email, phone number or zip code without having to capture customer information. Used for marketing statistics.
- Set Corp Organization: select the organization you wish to sell from.
- Set Buyer Type: select the correct buyer type.
- Set Inventory Group: select the inventory group you wish to sell from.
- Set Printer: select the printer.
- Show Restricted Prices: check this box if restricted prices should always be available.
- Window (Max/Min): maximizes or minimizes the POS window.
- Override: available for a manager to override and allow a sale. The manager enters in their login information and can select either “Single Order” (meaning the override will only be good for one order) or “Until Cleared” (meaning the override will be good until it is cleared).
- Cash In/Out: This is were you cash in and out. See Cashing In to use POS and create a Daily User Batch for more details.
- Sign Out: signs out of Agile and returns to the login screen.
- Agile Support: opens up Agile Help Desk in your browser.
Use this to search for an existing customer or member. See *this article* for more details.
Refreshes Agile. Use this if changes have been made to see the most updated information.
Displays events available for purchase.
Displays catalog items available for purchase.
Display memberships available for purchase.
Displays gift cards available for purchase.
Displays available donations.
You can click on this icon and then on the event that you would like more information about. A pop up will appear with information about the show or event.
Shows that days events.
Daily View (by month)
This allows you to choose a future date to look at events on that day. Allows you to sell advanced tickets for a future event.
Use these buttons to scroll up and down.
Payment button to process orders with exact change or zero priced tickets.
Allows you to select a cash dollar amount that the customer gives you and then the system will show you the change amount that the customer is due.
Allows you to manually enter a payment amount and type. Can also be used if the customer is paying with multiple forms of payment (i.e. Partial payment on Visa and the remainder on a Gift Card).
This icon will clear out the entire order.
This icon takes you back to the maintenance screen in AMS sales
Enter Desired Quantity
Allows you to enter a large quantity of tickets without having to click on the button multiple times. Click the icon then click on the ticket price. An up window will appear that will allow you to enter the number of tickets that needs to be added to the cart.
Gives you a quick view of what inventory is available for a specific event or events.
If you have an event that has assigned seating when you click on this icon it will bring you to the seat map. From here you select the seat that the customer wants.
As you add items to your order they will appear on the side of the screen in the order summary.
This is where you can view the break down of the payment information. As you add or delete tickets from an order you can view the changes in the payment. After you have processed the order and the payment has gone through the box will turn orange.