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General FAQ

Created on 30 January, 2024FAQ • 167 views • 2 minutes read

Explore the various types, understand their applications, learn how to read and generate them, and delve into customization options. Your go-to resource for mastering the world of QR codes and harnessing their full potential for marketing and beyond.

A QR code, or Quick Response code, is a two-dimensional matrix barcode that stores information. It can be scanned using a QR code reader or a smartphone camera, providing quick access to the encoded data.

QR codes are versatile and used for various purposes. They can store website URLs, contact information, Wi-Fi credentials, product details, and more. QR codes streamline information sharing, marketing, and access to online content.

QR codes come in two main types: static and dynamic. In addition to this categorization, QR codes can encode various types of data, making them versatile for different applications. A Text QR Code stores plain text information, while a URL QR Code directs users to a specific website or webpage. VCard QR Codes contain contact information, SMS QR Codes create pre-filled text messages, and Email QR Codes generate pre-filled email messages. WiFi QR Codes encode Wi-Fi network credentials, Location QR Codes provide geographic coordinates, and Event QR Codes store details about dates, times, and locations. Additionally, Crypto QR Codes can encode cryptocurrency wallet addresses. Each type serves specific purposes, offering a wide range of functionalities for diverse use cases.

To read a QR code, use a QR code reader app on your smartphone or a built-in camera feature. Open the app, point the camera at the QR code, and wait for it to scan. The encoded information will be displayed on your device.

Static QR codes contain unchangeable data, while dynamic QR codes allow you to modify the encoded information. Dynamic QR codes are ideal for applications that require regular updates.

No, once a QR code is generated, its type (static or dynamic) cannot be changed. If you need dynamic capabilities, generate a new QR code with a dynamic setting.

Generate your QR code by using our user-friendly tool. Visit our website, select the type of QR code you need, customize its design, and download the generated code.

While rare, QR code reading can fail due to factors like low-quality printing, damage, or poor lighting conditions. Ensure a clear and well-printed code for optimal performance.

Customize your QR code by choosing design options on our platform. Select patterns, colors, and even add a logo to make your QR code visually appealing.

No, the data encoded in the QR code is not editable after generation. If you need to update information, create a new QR code with the desired content.

Yes, our platform allows you to customize the size and position of your logo within the QR code to meet your design preferences.