Tills and Z-Reports

Track sales, generate reports, and grow your business.

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Written by Jonathan Staab
Updated over a week ago

The idea of cash drawers is a retail best practice going back decades, which allows you to keep close tabs on how much cash has gone in or out of your store. ConsignCloud's Tills feature aims to replicate this idea, as well as allow you to track the location of every sale and payout, regardless of payment type.

Together with Shelves (which specify the location of an item), this makes it possible to run multiple locations with a single account.

Getting Started

Create the Till

Get started by creating a till under Apps » ConsignCloud Register » Settings » Tills, if you don't already have one. It is convention to create one till for every register so you can track sale location.

Note: if you decide you don't want to use this feature, you can delete all your tills and proceed as normal.

Open the Till

To open your till, navigate to the + Sale in the top navigation bar and you will be prompted to open your new till with a starting cash balance.

Proceed with your daily sales, and if you want a quick snapshot of how your till looks, select the three vertical dots in the top right-hand corner at the POS and hit Till Report.

Settle the Till

Once you are ready to close your till out for the day, click on the three vertical dots at the top-right of the POS and select Till Report to see a summary of the till for that day. To close out, click on the three dots at the top of the till report, and select Close Till. You will be prompted to enter in a closing cash balance before finalizing.

Reconcile the Till

To see more details, visit your ConsignCloud Register settings page, click Tills, and then on the till name. This will take you to the detail page, showing all the generated reports for that till.

You can open a report up by clicking on the view icon in the reports list. This will show you the expected and ending cash, as well as differences in your cash balance.

If you need more information, see the breakdown of events beneath the report summary.

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