QR Codes

Collect responses from guests and members with QR codes

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Written by Mikkel D. Bertelsen
Updated over a week ago

In this article, we'll guide you through the process of creating a QR code for your survey's shareable link.

QR codes can be strategically placed throughout a club or course to collect responses, making it a powerful tool for clubs that don't have an automated data collection system through their tee sheet provider.

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Navigating to your shareable link

  1. Click on the menu in the top-right corner

  2. Click on the menu entry called "Surveys"

  3. Click "Manage survey" on the survey you want to create a QR code for

  4. Scroll down until you locate the "Shareable Link" section and click on the "Get your link" button.

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Creating a QR code

To create a QR code, navigate to the shareable link view and click on the "QR Code" button. This will download a picture of the QR code directly to your browser, which can be found in your designated download folder.

Important: Generating a new shareable link will invalidate your old link and any QR code that you have generated for it. Please be aware of this before creating a new shareable link.

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Using your QR code

QR codes are commonly utilized to facilitate access to survey links in physical locations, such as at the clubhouse or at the conclusion of a course. Clubs that lack an automated data collection system via their tee sheet provider can gather responses by strategically placing QR codes throughout their course or club.

In certain clubs, where a food and beverage survey is in place, including a QR code in the restaurant can also allow members and guests to easily provide feedback.

It is strongly advised to create a visually appealing presentation of the QR code that aligns with the brand colors and logo. Get some inspiration from our templates here:

Below is an example of one of the QR templates

Frequently asked questions

Will generating a new shareable link invalidate my existing QR code

The QR code generated for your survey's shareable link is simply a link to the shareable link itself. Therefore, if you invalidate the existing shareable link, the QR code associated with it will also be invalidated.

Do you have some inspiration or templates we can use?

Yes, below you can find some templates you can use.

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