1h - Publish Configuration (Toast)
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Disclaimer: This article is for Lunchbox 2.0 customers only. If your dashboard header looks the same as below, you are in the right place:

After creating the employee and adjusting its permissions the changes must be published to the restaurant group(s). This function is very important to successful menu and location syncs. Toast has a Publish Configurations button. It is best practice to push changes for all locations. You should do this process after any menu changes, discount changes, etc

NOTE: When pushing menu changes it is import to push the changes from the Master Location assigned to your menu. If you are unsure of which location is set as the master you can ask your support team and they can provide you with these details.

Step 1: To publish changes, navigate back to the Toast Admin Dashboard, locate Manager, and click Publish Config:

Step 2: From the You Are Viewing dropdown at the top right-hand corner of the screen select the Restaurant Group the changes should be published to and click Update.

Note: Make sure you click update After choosing the entire restaurant group. In the example below, by selecting the Restaurant Group you are targeting every restaurant in that restaurant group, not just one individual restaurant for the Publish. This is important when menus are shared between multiple locations to ensure that the locations are published everywhere.

Step 3: Once you are done with the update, click the Publish Selected Restaurants button.

Note: When the ‘Publish Selected Restaurants’ button is clicked it is important to make sure that the publish went through (this can be tricky to see because the button will temporarily go grey). Using that button may take longer depending on the number of changes that were made. Refresh your browser and make sure all locations have a grey checkmark and the word publish at the end of the row.

Note: To see who made changes from the ‘Publish Configuration' tab add v2 to the end of the URL and press 'enter’.

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