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No matter what type of content you want to share, you’ll find a QR code that suits you. Click through the icons below to explore your options and view examples.
Your QR code will open any URL, website or webpage you link it to. By simply scanning your unique QR code with their smartphone, your users will conveniently open any website or webpage you chose. Easy, fast, professional!
Packed with powerful features, our easy-to-use QR code tool helps improve the impact of your marketing, enhance customer experience and increase engagement.
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We have combined Artificial Intelligence and design to create utterly flawless QR codes. They can easily be read by any device on earth.
No more boring black-and-white QR codes. Add your company logo and attract more scans by tailor-making your QR code with our endless array of easy-to-use customization options
No matter your QR code need, we’ve got you covered. Create a QR code for something as simple as an image or as complex as a full restaurant menu.
Our state-of-the-art analytics dashboard provides you with actionable insights about everything, including how many times your QR codes were scanned, where and when.
No matter what medium you print or display our QR codes on, they’ll maintain high resolution. Download in JPG, PNG or SVG. And change the content whenever you want.
Generating a QR code takes 6 easy steps, thanks to MyQRCode. All you need to do is input a valid link that the code will lead to. Note that the free tools will only create a basic static QR code. If you want to design a QR code with special features or a marketing-friendly look, you will need to turn to MyQRCode and our special QR code generators.
Here is a full list of steps to create a QR code:
Generating a QR code doesn’t require customization, but it’s a good idea to add some anyway. This helps your code stand out and makes it easier to find the right one if you generate multiple QR codes. These two-dimensional barcodes can be helpful as long as you organize them well.
A QR code is a scannable two-dimensional optic image. It was invented back in 1994 by Denso Wave as a two-dimensional barcode to make logistics simpler. However, nowadays, QR codes mostly direct users to URLs. They are commonly utilized in marketing and goods production to guide customers to websites or provide information about different products.
The QR in ‘QR code’ stands for Quick Response, as the code is meant to grant fast access to information when you scan it with a telephone camera. The process is almost instantaneous, even though the data hidden in the code is encrypted.
To generate a link QR code takes 6 steps:
Most QR codes will lead to a link, although some may guide to file downloads or media. When creating a QR code, it is best to use an HTTPS link, as browsers will warn users against opening insecure links.
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Get answers to your questions about QR codes
A QR code generator is software that can be used to create customized QR codes that store specific data. Anyone who scans the code can then access content and platforms, such as websites, restaurant menus, PDF files, videos, Wi-Fi networks or social media channels.
Yes. MyQRCode makes it easy to create your own personalized QR code with just a few clicks. No special programming knowledge is required. Anyone can take advantage of our advanced QR code technology, simplified for everyday use.
Some basic QR code generators are free to use, but they have limitations. You may not be able to edit content or track QR code performance on free versions. The most effective QR code tools enable you to customize the code, track results and link to nearly any digital content.
Yes. QR codes can be used to promote and add value to any business, organization or brand. They can be an effective addition to commercial and marketing campaigns. There’s no limit to the QR possibilities and there aren’t any use restrictions either.
Nearly any type of digital content can be stored in a QR code. This means they can provide access to anything from PDF files, websites and app stores to videos and even Wi-Fi networks.
No. QR codes do not have an expiration date. Each QR code is programmed with a link to digital content. It is possible to “pause” this link, but as long as it is active, the QR code will work. MyQRCode keeps your QR code active for as long as you need it.
Static QR codes cannot be changed or overwritten. Once a static QR code has been generated, the destination link or content is fixed – it cannot be edited. Dynamic QR codes, on the other hand, link to content that can be changed at any time (even after the QR code has been printed).
QR codes can be customized in many ways. For example, you can change the code’s color, shape and pattern in order to grab attention or match a brand logo.
Yes. Dynamic QR codes can be edited. You can change the destination link of the code and the content at that destination. You can also edit the appearance of the QR code while maintaining the same functionality.
No, there is no limit. You can create as many QR codes as you like. If you run a business with thousands of products in stock, you can generate a unique QR code for each and every item. This is how QR codes can help with inventory tracking.
QR codes can be generated as PNG, JPG or SVG files. What’s more, each individual QR code can be downloaded in multiple different file formats.
Most Android and iOS devices have a QR code reader built into the camera. If your smartphone does not have a QR code reader, you can download an app that will enable your device to read QR codes.
Your QR code should not be smaller than 1 cm x 1 cm. Some QR code scanners may not be able to read codes if they’re smaller than this. The distance between the code and the scanner also affects acceptable code sizes. It’s always a good idea to test your code by scanning it before you print a large number of copies.
If you’re printing QR codes, you’ll get better results if you export the image in SVG format. This format scales well and you shouldn’t lose image quality when the code is enlarged.
For QR codes displayed on the web (for example, in an email, on a website or mobile app), you can export the code in PNG or JPG format. These formats also work well for small-size print jobs, such as business cards.
Yes, you can add a scannable QR code to nearly any digital media. This includes websites, mobile apps, emails and vCards.
Yes. It is possible to track dynamic QR codes to see how many times they’ve been scanned. Advanced analytics can even tell you about the time, location and date of QR scans, as well as the device used to scan the code.
Now you can fully customize your QR codes with your brand colors and company logo. Get performance analytics and edit content whenever you like.