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QR Codes for Sharing TikTok Profiles

Posted: June 10th, 2020 | Author: | Filed under: General | No Comments »

Has the COVID-19 pandemic kept you confined at home? 

If you’re stuck inside, I’m sure you realize that it’s for your safety. You may have a lot of free time to enjoy yourself, using the TikTok App for example.

TikTok is currently one of the most popular smartphone apps. It has 800 million users worldwide. There’s no doubt that you’ll never run out of ways to have fun and connect with other people using this app. 

Speaking of connecting people through TikTok, there’s a lot of ways to do it. One is through following the profiles of the creators of videos you like to watch, or scanning a QR code that redirects to the user’s profile.

If you like your friends to follow you in TikTok, you can create a QR code for your TikTok profile. Send it to your friends so they can easily follow you with just a quick scan of the QR code.

How to Create TikTok QR Codes

Creating a QR code for your TikTok profile is as easy as 1,2,3. Let’s get started!

But first, we’ll need to get the URL of your TikTok Profile before creating a QR code for your profile. Here’s how:

  1. In your smartphone, launch your TikTok app.  From the home screen of the app, click the “Me” icon on the bottom right of the screen.      
  2. Click the three-dot menu button on the upper right corner of the home screen.
  3. From the menu list, click “Share Profile.”         
  4. From the pop-up menu, click “copy link” to copy your TikTok ID.       

Now that we have the URL of your TikTok profile, you can generate a QR code for it.

  1. First, go to https://www.qrstuff.com/?type=websiteurl and have the “Website URL” data type pre-selected from the first section.      
  2. In the Content section, paste the URL of your TikTok profile in the Website URL field.       
  3. At this point, you may download the QR code.      

Make It A Bit Fancy

Our paid subscribers enjoy more privileges in using our QR code generator. They have the privilege to style their QR codes, change the colors of the corners and dots, and include a relevant logo in the center as well. 

The steps in creating the QR code  are just the same but before downloading the QR code, they only need to proceed to the “Style” section. From this section, they can change the colors and upload their desired image for the logo of the QR code. Through the Style Section, paid subscribers can achieve a visually appealing QR code like the one shown on the right.

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How to Create a QR Code for Zoom Meetings

Posted: June 8th, 2020 | Author: | Filed under: General | No Comments »

The Covid-19 Pandemic is hurting most businesses by restricting their day-to-day operations. 

However, there are ways to continue making a living if your employees can do their work from home. Allowing your employees to work in this setup has advantages for both sides. Your employees can save time and money by not commuting while you can check their work anytime. 

There are dozens of apps that allow you to track or monitor your employee’s output. Also, you can use video-sharing apps like Zoom when you’re conducting meetings with your employees and business partners. 

Zoom is one of the best apps right now because it’s easy to use. It’s convenient because it’s effortless to set up and share. 

You simply need to send the link of your Zoom meeting to your employees. You can create a QR code for the Zoom meeting URL that they can scan before every meeting!

Creating a QR Code for a Zoom Meeting Link

Creating QR codes for Zoom meetings is easier than it seems. I’m here to show you how you can create one!

  1. First, open the Zoom app on your device. Click the Meetings tab at the top section of the app.  
  2. Next, click the “Show Meeting invitation link as shown in the image.       
  3. Copy the zoom link under the “Join Zoom Meeting” subheading.             
  4. Go to https://www.qrstuff.com/?type=websiteurl and have the “Website URL” data type pre-selected from the first section.      
  5. On the “Content” section, paste the URL of your Zoom meeting.     
  6. At this point, you can download the QR code.    

Make It A Bit Fancy

While free users can generate QR codes for website URLs, paid subscribers can enjoy more privileges other than being able to generate QR codes. They have the option to customize their QR code by changing the colors of their QR code’s dots and corners. They can even insert a relevant image in the center.

It’s just easy to customize the QR codes once you’re a paid subscriber. Just follow the steps discussed above and click the “Style” section before downloading the QR code. From that section, you can turn your plain QR code to an appealing and distinctive one just like the one above.

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QR Codes for Donation Drives

Posted: June 1st, 2020 | Author: | Filed under: General | No Comments »

Are you active in fundraising or donation drives during this pandemic? 

During the COVID-19 pandemic, we can try to help each other so that we can go back to normal as soon as possible. There are many ways to help. You can donate PPE suits, masks, or relief goods. But if you don’t have the funds yourself, you can participate and be active in sharing donation drives!

Many people are probably thinking the same thing about helping others during this pandemic. That’s why fundraising or donation drives can be a good idea to help raise funds faster. 

However, the success of the donation drive still depends on how you promote or share it. Sending links on social media can make it look like spam. This prevents people from clicking your link.

Fortunately, you can share links with the use of QR codes. How? 

In this blog post, we’ll talk about creating QR codes for donation drives.

Creating QR Codes for Promoting Donation Drive

Creating QR codes for a donation drive is one of the best ways to promote it. People just have to scan the QR code to access the link where they can donate money for the families who are affected heavily by the COVID-19 pandemic. 

The process of creating QR codes isn’t that hard. You just need to follow certain procedures to make sure that your QR codes work properly. 

With that said, let’s start creating a QR code for donation drives.

  1. First, look for any donation drives that are available on the Internet or on Facebook. You can use the link of the fundraiser that you would like to support. In this blog post, I’ll use COVID-19 Fundraiser for WHO with up to $10 Million Match.  
  2. Next, go to https://www.qrstuff.com/?type=websiteurl and have the “Website URL” data type pre-selected from the first section. 
  3. For the Content section, fill in the URL of the donation drive that you actively support and promote.  
  4. At this point, you may now download the QR code.  

Make It A Bit Fancy

Our paid subscribers have the privilege to customize their QR code by changing the colors of the dots and corners of their created QR code. They can also include a logo or a relevant image in the center of their QR code. They just need to follow the same steps listed above and then, click the “Style Your Code” button before downloading the QR code.

Through our QR code Styling interface, paid subscribers can come up with a similar QR code as shown above. The interface makes it possible for them to create a visually distinctive and intuitive one by inserting a relevant image in the center of the QR code.

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Creating QR Codes for COVID Business Regulation

Posted: May 25th, 2020 | Author: | Filed under: General | No Comments »

Are you having problems with your business operations? 

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many businesses to pause their operations in order to decrease the infection rate of the virus in a specific area. 

Fortunately, several countries are now able to take action to control the virus. They have found ways to keep their economy running while also preventing health-related risks. 

For most countries, businesses providing essential goods or services are allowed to open despite the COVID-19 pandemic. However, they have to operate the business based on their city’s guidelines. 

For example, before a customer enters an establishment, their information is gathered along with their body temperature. This is done so the healthcare workers can trace the activities of a person in case they get infected.

This kind of set up takes a lot of time. Getting everyone’s details can slow down business operations and it’s a hassle for customers too.

You can avoid this by using QR codes. How? We’ll talk about that in this blog post about COVID regulation for stores with QR codes. 

Using QR Codes for COVID 19 Regulation on Businesses

QR codes can improve the process of gathering your customers’ information. Instead of using paper forms, your customers just need to scan the QR code, then fill the Google form where they are redirected. After they finish filling out the form, it’s recorded in the spreadsheet designated for the QR code.

You just need to flash the QR code along with instructions at your store’s entrance. So when people see it, they can scan the QR code as instructed. 

Pretty convenient, right? 

Don’t worry if you don’t know how to use or create QR codes for this purpose because we provide a quick and easy tutorial below. 

Creating Google Form for Collecting Basic Information

Before we proceed to create the QR code, I’ll show you how to create a Google form where your customers fill in their basic information.

  1. Go to Google Forms and log into your Gmail account. 
  2. Click the + icon under the “Start a new form” field. This redirects you to a new blank form. 
  3. On the “Form Description” field, provide a relevant file name that easily conveys what the form is about. In this guide, I use “QR Code for COVID Regulations.” 
  4. In the next blank fields, provide the detail fields that customers should provide in the form before entering your store or business. To add detail fields, just click the “+” icon beside each blank form item. Beside each detail field, there’s a drop-down menu. Choose an appropriate type of answer for every detail field. You can also click the button beside the Required label, if the answer for the detail field is important and needs to be filled out by the customer.
  5. Customize the theme of your form. To do this, click the watercolor palette icon on the top right portion of the window. A drop-down menu shows in the right portion of the window. From there, you’ll be able to choose or even upload an image for your desired header, select a theme color, background color, and font style. 
  6. Before we can generate a QR code that we need, we need the URL of the form. To do this, click the “SEND” button on the top right corner of the window. Once a dialog box pops up, click the second tab beside the “Send via” label to see the URL of the survey form. That’s the URL that you need before you can generate a QR code for the form. 

How to Create a QR code for Survey Forms

After we’re done creating the form, here’s how you generate a QR code for it.

  1. Go to https://www.qrstuff.com/?type=websiteurl and have the “Website URL” data type pre-selected from the first section. 
  2. From the “Content” section, provide the URL of the form we created above. 
  3. You can now download the QR code. 

Make It A Bit Fancy

Our paid subscribers enjoy more privileges than our free users at QRStuff. One of these is the advantage to customize their QR codes by selecting their desired colors for the dots and corners. They can also include a relevant image that they like at the center of their created QR code. 

Paid subscribers can easily customize QR codes. They just need to follow the same steps outlined above and proceed to the “Style” section before they generate the QR code. They can make it look more appealing and distinctive like the one shown above.

Printing the QR Code and Displaying It

When you’re done generating the QR code for the COVID regulation, print it so you can flash it as a poster in front of your store or business establishment. 

When you draft your poster, you can give it a title with “Customers must fill in their details before entering the store.” Then add a subtitle that says “Open your phone camera or go to qrs.ly/scan to scan the QR code and fill in your details.”

Here’s an example:

You can download the template for the poster above here.

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