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QR Codes for Valentine’s Day

Posted: February 14th, 2019 | Author: | Filed under: General | No Comments »

This Valentine’s Day, you are probably thinking of a unique way to show your partner some appreciation. An unusual way that your special someone will surely love.

Here at QRStuff, we came up with an idea to make the typical Valentine’s Day card a unique one. Just send your loved one a QR code, and upon scanning the QR code, your partner will be shown the Valentine’s Day card that you prepared.

This trick will be a surprise as they will be not expecting that the QR code will show a Valentine’s Day card!

Are you interested in knowing how to pull this off?

First, you need to prepare a Valentine’s Day card. You can prepare one at home and take a picture of the card or you can prepare one online through websites like Canva.

After you create the card, you can create a QR code for your Valentine’s Day card on QRStuff.

To show you how to generate a QR code for a Valentine’s Day card, we’ve prepared a Valentine’s Day card through Canva.

Generating a QR Code for a Valentine’s Day Card!

Using the Valentine’s Day card that we prepared for this guide, let’s create the QR code for the card on QRStuff.

In this guide, I will show you how to create a QR code using QRStuff’s “Image file” as the data type.

  1. Go to www.qrstuff.com and log in to your “paid subscriber” account.
  2. In column 1, select “Image File” from the list of different data types.
  3. Under column 2, upload the image of your Valentine’s Day card. Keep in mind that the image should either be a JPEG, PNG, or GIF file.
  4. Column 3 allows you to customize your QR code. Click the “Style Your Code” button to customize your QR code. Change the color of the dots and corners and include a logo for the code if you like. You also have the option to change the size, resolution, file type and the error correction of the QR code.
  5. When you’re done, click the “Download QR code” button and your QR code is now ready to use. Remember to test your QR code before downloading it.

Make It A Bit Fancy!

As a paid subscriber of QRStuff, you are entitled to enjoy styling options for your QR code. To do that, simply click the “Style Your Code” button that you see in Column 3. Upon clicking the button, a dialog box will appear. From the dialog box, you can choose a different color for the dots and corners of your QR code. You can also include an image that will be embedded in the center of the QR code.

The image on the right shows what your QR code looks like after customizing it through our QR Code Styling Feature.


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QR Codes for Sharing Audio Files

Posted: February 11th, 2019 | Author: | Filed under: General | No Comments »

Audio files can be a useful format for business people in sharing information with their clients. Consultants can record their consultations with their clients and give them a copy of the meetings through an audio file. Doing this can provide value to the clients knowing that they can always listen to the recording of the meeting through the file.

Not only business people benefit from using audio files but teachers as well. Audio files can be a useful tool for teachers. They can use it in different ways:

  • Giving assignments to students in the form of audio files;
  • Including audio files as teaching materials for hearing performances, case study materials, etc.;
  • Saving lecture recordings in an audio file;
  • Having a recording of interviews with experts saved in an audio file;
  • Asking students to provide audio diaries or student reflections saved in an audio file;
  • Providing a recording of meetings, discussions, and tutorials through audio files.

Now, QRStuff.com has created an easier way to access and open audio files by just scanning a QR code. QRStuff.com allows you to create a QR code for your audio files.

Here’s a step-by-step guide on how you can generate QR codes for your audio files.

QR Codes for Audio Files Saved in Google Drive

Google Drive is a widely used cloud storage device and file hosting service where users can store and share files like documents, images, videos, and audio files with different users by giving an access link.

Before you can generate a QR code for your audio file, you need to upload the audio file first in a file hosting service like Google Drive.

Uploading Audio Files in Google Drive

First, go to drive.google.com and log into your Google account by typing in your username and password.

1. To upload an audio file in Google Drive, click “New.”


2. Choose “File Upload” from the drop-down menu.


3. After selecting the audio file, the upload begins and may take a few minutes to finish. When the upload is complete, you can see the audio file in the file list.

In order to create a QR code for the audio file, you need to get the shareable link.

4. Select the audio file from the file list, then right click on it. When a drop-down menu appears, click “Get Shareable Link.”

5. Another dialog box appears with the shareable link. You need to copy that shareable link in order to generate a QR code for your audio file in QRStuff.com.

Generating the QR Code

Now that you have the shareable link of your audio file from Google Drive, you can proceed to creating the QR code for the file on QRStuff.

  1. Go to www.qrstuff.com and choose “Website URL” from the list of data types in Column 1.
  2. Paste the shareable link of your audio file into the input box that you see in Column 2.
  3. In column 3, you can customize the color of the QR code. Hover over the box and choose the color that you like. You can see what the QR code looks like in the “QR Code Preview” section on the right side.
  4. After you finish creating your QR code, you can then proceed to download it. You also have the option to print or email it to yourself or to your desired recipient. Just click your desired output type under Step 4.

Make It a Bit Fancy

Paid subscribers of QR Stuff can enjoy more styling options for their QR code through clicking the “Style your code” button under Column 3. Once you click the button, a dialog box appears that allows you to customize the shape and colors of the different corners of the QR code. There is also an option to include a logo for the QR code.

The image shown on the right is a preview of how your QR code could look after styling it with different colors. Just remember to test your QR code to make sure that it works.

Paid subscribers also have the option to vary the QR code image size, resolution, file type, and error correction level of the QR code.

Subscribers Get More QR Stuff!

Become a QR Stuff paid subscriber and get unlimited QR codes, unlimited scans, analytics reporting, editable dynamic QR codes, high resolution and vector QR code images, batch processingpassword-protected QR codesQR code stylingQR code pausing and scheduling and more, for one low subscription fee.

Full subscriptions start from just $11.95 for a 1-month subscription (lower monthly rates for longer periods) or you can set up a 24-hour trial subscription for $3.95 to check out what we can do for you. Subscribe now.