In 2.9, Toast is excited to offer a workflow that is common in legacy systems. There are a few receipt types in an FSR: the initial check that a server brings to the customers, the receipt once the payment has been processed, and a third receipt called the Closed Check Chit.
The Closed Check Chit includes all of the finalized check information and is useful for cash management auditing purposes. This new receipt allows for the server to immediately know that the check has been closed correctly and the manager to quickly verify that the math checks out on the shift review.
The Closed Check Chit is configured to print automatically. If you’d like to disable this option, navigate to Receipt Setup under the Marketing section of Toast’s back-end. Scroll down to the Advanced section and select Only print closed check chit on demand.
Upon entering the tip after the payment on a check, the Closed Check Chit will print out and will include information like itemized lines, finalized totals, and the check closed timestamp.