The management views, i.e. the user interfaces, adapt to the needs and situations of the merchant. You can modify an existing view and create new interfaces, for example for different branches or for specific users.
You can use Johku in several languages. You can change the language of the Johku interface so that it applies to all users as a general setting or alternatively each user can choose the language individually as a user-specific setting.
In Johku you decide what is displayed in the UI menu and what functions are opened. Everything is customizable. The editing tool in the menu allows you to edit the current interface directly.
There is no limit to the number of interfaces. You can create new interfaces for different branches, cash desks, people, etc., and assign the functionality you want to each of them. You can create separate interfaces for, for example, viewing booking status and selling products.
By default, each new user is automatically generated with their own interface based on Johku's default generic interface. You can remove or add functionality from this user specific interface, and if necessary, for example, prevent orders from being placed and edited.
It is possible to lock the interface to a specific browser on a specific device. In this case, the same Johku interface will always be displayed in the browser of the device, regardless of the user ID used to log in.
The interface is also used to configure the use of the payment terminal and external printers. If you use an integrated payment terminal in Johku, you can "command" the same payment terminal through several different interfaces.
Johku is responsive, meaning it adapts to different screen sizes. However, you can create interfaces where you set up functionality optimised for a specific device screen size.
In Johku, you can set the interface as a self-service interface. In a self-service interface, only the card payment is available and you cannot edit the prices of the products. With a self-service interface, you can sell products at points of sale where there are no staff operating the cash register.
In Johku, several self-defined button maps can be created to facilitate and speed up work and sales at POS. If required, you can create button maps even per cash desk or per user.
Johku is constantly evolving through the ideas of merchants. You can find new features under development in the Johku Ecosystem. You can also submit your own ideas to our Idea Register, where they will be evaluated and transferred to the development process.