Announcing QR Codes For Your Surveys

QR codes have been around for a while now but only recently has the technology seen real adoption beyond tech-savvy users. A QR code is similar to a bar code except that it can hold more information. The most common case for scanning a QR code with a phone's camera is to open a web page. It is now common to see restaurants ask patrons to open their online menus using a QR code placed on the table.

We are proud to announce that you can now share your surveys using QR codes. To find the QR code for a survey, go to the Share section of your survey and click the "On a Webpage" submenu. There you will find the QR code box and a download button. You can print the image and place it in a physical space where you want people to answer your survey. The QR code will lead directly to your survey page in a browser.

Scan this code with your phone's camera to open the survey

Here are a few ideas to explore with a QR code where you ask customers for their feedback:

  • Distribute leaflets with a QR code in it;
  • Insert a QR code in a card stand in your conference booth or shop counter;
  • Print QR codes on your invoices.

And there are so many more places where QR codes could be helpful! As always, we would love to hear from you and learn how you plan on using QR codes for your next survey to reach out to more people.