Most frequent questions and answers
A QR code on a flyer can easily be scanned. Open the camera on your smartphone, aim it at the QR code, and then click the matching link that appears at the top of your screen to go to the target URL. Check the guide to choose the best QR code scanner app if you’re using a phone with an Android or iOS version of less than iOS 8 or 11.
Unfortunately, after they have been published, static QR codes cannot be changed or directed to a different URL. However, if you use a dynamic QR code, you can always change the information afterward.
Too-small QR codes frequently go undetected or are not scannable. Whenever printing on compact to medium-sized products, such as flyers. The minimum size for codes is 2 x 2 cm (around 0.8 x 0.8 in). If unsure, print the QR code larger.
If you use dynamic QR codes, their usage may be tracked, which means that once they are completed, records of their use can be tracked. This contains specifics like the scan’s location, its size, how many scans there were, when they happened, and the scanning device’s operating system.
You can put QR codes on flyers all by yourself. You just have to follow the steps above to create a QR code, and you’ll be good to go.
To place a QR code on a flyer, you first need a QR code, which you can create with our QR code generator. You can then download this QR code and place it in the design of your flyers. Depending on where and how you make a flyer, the last step differs. For example, it can be in a Design file or an online editor that some flyer printers offer.
There are many different options for placing a QR code on a flyer. The use of the QR on a flyer can depend on the end goal or design. We have made 4 different examples on this page. These can help you with inspiration. Scroll through this page to see the examples