How to Add a QR-Code to a Document Template?

Learn how to display a QR-code in a printed document template and what information it can transfer from Orderry

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How to Add a QR Code to a Document Template?

There are several variables in Orderry that independently generate a QR code at the moment. You can find them in the Other block for the Work Orders and List of Orders document groups:

{QR Code} is a variable that generates a link to the work order for employees. Scan the QR Code with the Orderry application to instantly open the work order.

{QR Code Client} is a variable that works similarly to the variable {Order Client URL SMS} (i.e. generates a link with brief information about the work order for the customer).

To add such QR codes just insert the variable in the document template.

How to make a QR code from other variables?

You can generate a QR code yourself for the following variables:

{Order Specialist URL SMS} is a variable that generates a link with brief information about the order for the specialist.

{Client Feedback URL} is a variable that generates a link to get feedback from your clients.

In addition to these variables from Orderry, you can create a QR-code that displays your contact information, location, or any other necessary information. If you want to make a QR-code yourself, use this website.

We have prepared ready-made QR-codes for the variables listed above. All you need to do is copy the code and paste it into the document template.

For the variable {Order Specialist URL SMS}, the code is as follows:

<p><img src="{Order Specialist URL SMS}" width="100" height="100" /></p>

For the variable {Client Feedback URL}, the code is as follows:

<p><img src="{Client Feedback URL}" width="100" height="100" /></p>

We have also prepared frequently used QR codes that display contact information. You only need to change your phone number, email, and address.

QR-code for a phone number:

<p><img src="" width="100" height="100" /></p>

QR-code for an email address:

<p><img src="[email protected]" width="100" height="100" /></p>

QR-code for a postal address:

<p><img src="" width="100" height="100" /></p>

Above are the codes with the optimal size of 100x100 pixels. Specify the size you prefer, if necessary.

How to Add a Generated QR-Code to a Document Template?

Step 1. Copy the QR-code link.

Step 2. On the “Settings > Print Templates” page, select a document and click the Source Code button on the editor panel.

Step 3. Find the line after which you want to place the QR-code and paste the QR-code link you copied earlier.

Here's a tip: For your convenience, you can first write some text in the document under which you want to place the QR-code.

E.g.: “Scan the QR-code to check the status of your order!”

Then it will be easier for you to find this line in the source code to place a link with a QR-code under it.

Step 4. Save the changes to the source code, and then save the changes to the document template.

When printing the document, a QR-code is automatically generated and displayed in the specified location. As a result, the customer or employee scans this code and sees all the necessary information.

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