Static QR codes are perfect for when you’re launching a long-term campaign, while dynamic codes are the ideal choice for when you’ll need
to regularly update your content.
Combine the two for the perfect strategy.
With Supercode, you can choose from one of our pre-built templates, or tell your brand story by personalising your codes with your colour scheme, logo, and branding guidelines.
Get granular with your campaign results through our intuitive dashboard and monitor all the metrics you need, including the number of scans, unique interactions, and engagement rates.
By launching interactive feedback pages, you’ll be able to build two-way communication channels with your customers. It’s the perfect way to get to know them and their problems better.
Create folders for your QRs, sort them by type, date of creation, or performance, and say goodbye to a messy, disorganised workspace with our straightforward project manager.
Create QR codes in bulk from .csv or Excel files. Bulk codes can have a custom design, a custom expiration date, and feature unique text on every image. Bulk-generate both static and dynamic codes.
The first step is to click on the “Create code” button. You’ll be prompted to decide which kind of code you want to create, which will depend on what kind of content you want to share — whether it’s contact information, your website address, an interactive feedback form, or your social media accounts, we’ve got you covered.
Next, you need to add in the basic information you want your code to communicate. If you’re sharing your website, for example, this is the stage at which you’ll enter your URL, while feedback form QR codes require the questions you want the form to ask.
If you’d like to make your QR code stand out, you can customise it to reflect your brand’s colour palette and logo with our design tool. On the other hand, if you’re in a rush or aren’t too bothered about the way it looks, just choose from one of our beautiful pre-made templates.
To help you keep everything organised, you’ll be prompted to add a category to your QR code. You’ll also be given the option to either create a new folder or add it to a preexisting folder which you can easily share with your entire management team.
Repeat steps 1 to 4 for as many different QR codes as you’d like to create. Don’t forget to use the folders to keep everything organized, especially if you’re creating lots of them — it can all get a bit messy if you’re not careful!
You can send your codes to the archive at any time, and it’ll only take a couple of clicks to bring them right back. On the other hand, if you’d like to permanently get rid of them, you’ll find the delete option in the archive function’s sidebar, but be careful: once you delete a QR code, it’s gone for good.
Unlike other services that quickly get cluttered up with QR codes, Supercode makes it super simple to keep everything neat and tidy with the folder management system.
We don’t impose limits on the number of scans, which is why your customer will always be able to scan your codes, no matter how popular your campaign will become.
From interactive feedback web pages to dynamic content you can change in seconds, Supercode makes it easy to build closer, more memorable relationships with your consumers.
With our digital designer, you can personalise your codes to include your brand’s colour scheme & logo in seconds, or choose from one of our professional ready-made templates.
With Supercode’s intuitive analytics dashboard, keeping track of how your campaign is performing and spotting potential areas for improvement down the line is a breeze.
With our dynamic QR codes, you’ll be able to change the content the code leads to whenever you need to, so you never need to worry about codes leading to a dead end.
A QR code generator is a software that allows users to create their own QR codes and store information inside them.
No, it won't expire.
There are limits for free users only. Subscribers can create an infinite amount of QR codes.
No, you can create QR codes without a license.
Unfortunately, you can't add a QR code that has been created elsewhere.
Yes, it is!
A QR code is a machine-readable code consisting of a pattern of black and white squares, mostly used for storing URLs or other data that can be read by using the camera on a smartphone. Essentially, a QR code works in the same way as a barcode at the supermarket.
QR code is abbreviated from Quick Response Code since the main purpose of the code development was to create a code that could be read quickly.
To create your own QR code, simply select a QR code generator, choose the type of content you want to store in it, enter the data and download your QR code. You can also customize it if you want to.
There are lots of ways you can use a QR code, such as directing audiences to a website for browsing, bookmarking a webpage, initiating phone calls, sending short messages, sending emails, producing links to web URL's, connecting to WI-FI, accessing information, getting coupons, viewing videos, purchasing items, advertising products, and others. With QR codes, the options are endless!
You need to download a QR reader app on your smartphone and scan the code with it.
Normally, static QR codes are fixed and cannot be changed. You can only edit a dynamic QR code (e.g. change the URL)
You can create QR codes with our QR Code Generator for links, social media publications, Dropbox, App/Play Store Downloads, Google Analytics Campaigns, mobile-friendly landing pages and more. The opportunities are endless!
A white border is put around the QR code when it's generated to separate the code from anything else next to it. It's necessary to prevent any nearby images/text from being read as a part of the code itself and interfering with the scanning of it.
We advise no smaller than 2cm (0.8"). Please note that the QR code should be tested thoroughly in its planned environment to make sure that it works at that size.
There are many reasons why QR codes don't work, including bad lightning, small size, not enough border space around it or it simply does not have enough contrast.
No, you can't.
Mobile tagging is the method of creating visual elements that can be identified by smartphones and other devices. They're activated when users capture them with their mobile device's camera.
Yes, you can track how many times the code is scanned and see the statistics.
Yes, it is possible to track the user's location.