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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Quick Response (QR) code?

A QR code, which stands for "Quick Response code," is a type of two-dimensional barcode that was first made by a Japanese company's subsidiary in 1994. QR codes are made up of a grid of black and white circles. A smartphone camera or a QR code reader can be used to scan them. When you read a QR code, you can quickly get to information or do something, like open a website, download an app, or add a friend to your phone. QR codes are becoming more and more popular because they are easy to use, can be used in many different ways, and can hold more information than regular barcodes. They are used in many fields, from marketing and advertising to transportation and healthcare.

Can I use the QR codes this tool makes for business purposes?

Yes, you can make money with the QR codes that this tool makes. This means that you can put QR codes on goods, ads, business cards, and any other commercial use you want. QRCode's service is free, and there are no restrictions on how the QR codes it makes can be used. But it's up to you to make sure you follow any laws and rules in your country or area about how QR codes can be used.

Do the QR codes that I make expire?

No, QR codes made with QRCode don't change. They will work forever. This means that once you make a QR code, it will keep working as long as the information it links to is still available.

Can a QR code only be read a certain number of times?

A QR code can be read as many times as needed. As long as the information it links to is still available, the QR code can be used as many times as needed.

Do QR codes save my information?

No, none of your information is saved or used again in any way. To improve speed, QRCode only stores your QR code picture files on their computer for 24 hours. This means that the picture of the QR code will be taken off their computer after 24 hours.

Why don't the right fields show up on my vCard QR code?

Not all QR code readers use the official vCard standard, so contact areas may be mixed up. If you want better results, you should try a different QR code reader app. You can also use a different tool to try to make the vCard QR code.

How do I fix a QR code that doesn't work?

There are many things that can go wrong with a QR code. First, check the data to see if there are any mistakes or typos. QR codes with a lot of information, like vCard codes, may need to be shrunk down so that reader apps can read them correctly. Getting rid of the brand and making sure there is enough difference between the background and the subject can also help. Read this piece to learn more about why QR codes might not work.

Do all computers support QR Code?

QRCode needs a current browser that can handle HTML5, and Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Edge, and Internet Explorer 11 are all fully supported. If you use an older browser or one that isn't fully recognized, you might have trouble with QRCode.

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