To make a QR Code you will need a URL address. This is pretty simple for a Web site or YouTube Video. But what if it’s a Word Document or an Audio File. Or even if the web address is so long that it makes the Code to dense to read effectively?
Well here are some solutions to all this.
Here are 2 very simple ways around this.
Place your file in a public folder in your Drop Box and then paste that URL into your Code Generator
This is a great website where you can join, upload your document and get a URL link – too easy!
You might want to create a code for an interview, radio play, book review or to give students instructions or an explanation.
“– when a picture is worth a hundred characters”
A great generator – you type in the text which then becomes a QR Code. When the code is scanned the message is read back.
This website lets you record from your laptop directly to the site and then it gives you a URL for the recording to use to create your QR code.
A great web site that shortens the URL and creates your QR Code in one easy click. But wait..there’s more. If you join up for free it will also track how many times your code is used and where!
This web site also shorten your URL and let you share and track your codes work on line as well
Simply highlight and copy the URL you want to use, open the app and it will tell you that is has automatically shrunk the URL it so you can just paste it into the Code Generator of your choice