A Thingealogy QR code links all the details associated with a Thing into one digital label, and the information is available at all times and in any location. It can be printed and affixed to a Thing for easy access to the information. Most smartphone cameras can read this information without the need to install a special QR code reading app.
To create a QR code label in your desktop browser:
Go to thingealogy.com in your browser and sign in.
Click on “Things” in the top banner.
Click on the individual Thing you want to create a QR code label for. A window will pop up with all the details about your Thing.
Scroll to the bottom of the window, and click on “Print QR Code Label”. This will automatically send a label-ready image to your printer.
To create a QR code label on your iPhone app:
Open the Thingealogy app on your iPhone and sign in (if you’re not already logged in).
Select the individual Thing you want to create a QR code label for:
Tap on the icon with three horizontal lines in the top left corner.
Tap on the Workspace your Thing lives in.
Tap on the Collection your Thing lives in.
Tap on your Thing.
Tap on the “...” icon in the top right corner of your Thing. More options will appear.
Tap on “Share”. A list with all the ways you can share your Thing will appear.
Tap on the “QR code” button. You will have two options:
Tap “Print” to send the label to your printer.
Tap “Save” to save the label to your Photos. You can also print from here, or send the label via any of your iPhone’s apps or email services.