Make your Life Easier with QR Codes for Personal Use
There's a lot of talking about how QR codes can assist businesses, nonprofits and educational institutions, but they also have a lot of practical personal uses, as well.
Take a look at how you can use these terrific little codes in your daily life
Let’s get personal
Check out these imaginative ways of using QR codes.
Bring everyone together
If you’re having an event like a wedding reception or birthday party in a place that is unfamiliar to some of the guests, print a Google Maps QR Code on your invitations, so everyone can scan the code and find the place easily. If some guests need the invite sent via email or text, use the QR code’s accompanying short URL, which is what connects it to the content. Tapping or clicking the link will take guests to the same content as scanning the code.
Stand out from the crowd
Hiring managers receive hundreds of resumes when they’re looking for candidates, and the vast majority of those resumes look approximately the same. Make yours stand out with a Mobile Page QR Code that is specially designed to feature your portfolio. Emailing your resume? Not a problem. Include the short URL with it so the recruiter can either scan or click their way to your content.
Share a video montage from your special event by giving guests and those who couldn’t attend a YouTube QR Code that takes them to a video reel packed with memories. Print the code on your “thank you” cards when you mail them out and let everyone enjoy your wonderful memories together.
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Save your own life
In an emergency, every second counts. Print out a Mobile Page QR Code that leads to a specially designed mobile page (that we host) that includes your personal and prudent medical information. Put it somewhere on your person while you’re traveling.
Use the code to convey allergies, chronic illnesses or any other pertinent medical conditions. If you’re traveling to a place that speaks a different language, have a note in the local language with the QR code saying what they will find when they scan it.