We’re happy to announce new updates to our QR Code Designer tool!
In addition to choosing foreground, and background colors you can now set the background color to transparent. This allows the QR Code image to be placed on an existing photo and use that as the background color.
You can also choose the error correction level for your QR Code. Each level has its benefits so use the best one for you. Below is a breakdown of each error correction level, the higher the error correction level the more complex the QR Code will appear:
Low – 7% error correction level
Medium – 15% error correction level
Best – 25% error correction level
High – 30% error correction level
We’re also introducing our QR Code Styles. You have several choices for how the QR Code will appear when rendered. There are currently 4 styles to choose from; Default, Outlined, Rounded, Disconnect.
Please let us know what you think of the updates, or if you have any questions in the comments!
We’re happy to announce updated Scan Statistics with Charts view. The new stats will appear in your dashboard under the “Statistic” section of the side bar.
You can view All Time, Daily, and Location specific Statistics for any QR Code. Drilling down at every step you will be able to view more granular Statistics.
Scan Statistics are broken down by QR Code in this view:
Click the “Location Stats” link lets you view the following:
Location Statistics will display for every location that a QR Code is scanned in. The stats will be broken down by device/platform type with the top 4 platforms represented. iOS (iPhone, iPad, etc), Android, Windows Mobile, and Blackberry Statistics are broken down into their totals as well as an overall total for each day/location.
The stats will give you plenty of insight as to where your QR Codes are being scanned from, allowing for better Business Intelligence data to be analyzed.