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Generate QrCode

Decode and create QR codes easily with the Online QR Lab, a free QR code generator. For more information on quick response codes, and if necessary to answer the question: what is a QR code take a look at the articles on our site or our blog. This generate QR codes site allows users to embed text, an SMS message, an e-mail address, phone number, contact information, or a geographical location using Google Maps. We are also working on a new feature for our QR code maker that will allow you to decode QR codes too.

Encoding text allows you to write a customized message so when a cell phone QR code reader scans it, they will be able to read it. You may want to do this to promote an event, provide a potential customer with more information, or just share a positive message. You can also get your QR code to open up a cell phone QR code reader's text message composer. When the program opens, you will already be filled in as the recipient, so the scanner will know where to send their text message to. The person has to send the message, it cannot be sent automatically by just scanning the code. As of right now there isn't a legal technology that would allow you to create QR codes that automatically send text messages. However, it is still a very good way to decide if a QR barcode is posted in an effective location and for getting personal individual feedback. Likewise, this can be done by linking quick response codes to e-mail. Scanning the QR barcode will open a blank e-mail message with your address filled in as the recipient. Learning to generate QR codes provides multiple excellent opportunities for feedback from real people.

The Online QR Lab free QR code generator also allows users to generate QR codes that link to phone numbers; instead of listing your phone number in print, why not allow people to scan it? This may seem like an extra step, but it's the one that may be necessary to improve business. Take this another step further and create QR codes that give out full contact details. QR codes can hold up to 7089 alphanumeric characters; so, a name, company, phone number, e-mail address and website is still only breaching a QR code's capabilities. Finally, using a QR code maker to link a QR code to a location on Google Maps is a great idea for businesses, especially if they consider themselves hard-to-find. People won't have to look you up; they can scan the quick response codes and know exactly where to go on their lunch break or which route to take home if they want to swing by, assuming of course they have smartphone QR code readers.