There are many situations in which a company needs feedback. The feedback can come from employees, users, or potential customers. The questions to be asked in the forms can therefore vary greatly from situation to situation. Feedback that users can access via a QR code on a bottle of wine should contain different questions than a trouble report about a broken printer. Therefore, it is important that forms can be fully tailored to the use case.
Such a form can be created very easily with Dynamic QR.
The first step is to go to the Navigation bar on on the right side of the screen and click on Create QR-Code.
The stepper will guide you step by step through the process. The first step is to create a form. The form can either be created from scratch, or you can edit an existing form.
When creating a form, settings can be made for each field. It is possible to select the type of a field and whether a field in the form is mandatory, so that the form cannot be submitted if this field is left blank.
The field types are as follows:
– Textfield: A small text field for about one sentence.
– Textarea: A large text field that adapts to the amount of content.
– Checkbox: The checkbox is used for yes/no (boolean) questions.
– Date, Datetime, and Time: For these fields, a small widget appears for users to enter their data, but there is also the option to enter the values manually.
Your form can contain multiple fields You can add as many form fields as are included in the currently booked package. Fo
Each form can consist of several form fields of different types. In your user profile you can see how many form fields you can use for each of your forms.
Once the form is created and saved, actions such as WebHooks can be addet. We plan to integrate a number of other actions in the future. For example, the sending of form data as email or the integration of Zapier. However, this is optional and can be skipped (and is in this example).
Note: Even if no action is selected, the data of the submitted forms can be viewed in the user interface.
In the next step, you get an overview of the form that was created and the corresponding actions. For later assignment of the end point (or the URL), a name must be entered here.
In the last step, the QR code can be downloaded (don’t worry, this can be done at any time later). If the QR code is scanned, the form just created is displayed.
When the form is submitted, the data is sent to Dynamic-QR and the (optional) actions are executed. The data is clearly displayed and can also be downloaded.