Generate QR codes to access mobile studies

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Use these steps to generate QR codes to access mobile studies.

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What is a QR code?

  • QR codes are like barcodes (or two-dimensional barcodes) that are read by an imaging device (such as a camera) and processed using Reed–Solomon error correction until the image can be appropriately interpreted.
  • QR codes allow access to a URL without the need to type the URL.

 

 

How to read a QR Code?

  • UserZoom has its own QR Code reader in the UserZoom Surveys app.

  • This makes things much easier for participants to start a UserZoom Mobile Web study without the need for 3rd party QR Code Readers.
  • When participants access the UserZoom app, they tap the QR Code image, located at the top-left corner, to open the camera, read the UserZoom QR Code, and initiate the study.

  • Include this image anywhere: on your website, in an email campaign, or even hang it on the wall of your office/store to encourage participants to start a UserZoom study easily!

 

 

Generate QR codes to invite participants to your Mobile Web studies

  1. Launch your study.
  2. Go to the Recruitment section of your study.
  3. Click a Segment.
  4. Choose Invitation Links from the menu on the left.
  5. Scroll to Email Distribution Link (multiple participants).
  6. Click View QR Code.
  7. Right-click the QR Code image.
  8. Select Save image as to download the QR code.

 

 

Generate QR Codes to preview and test your Mobile Web studies

  1. Go to the Monitor section of your study.
  2. Click on Test study.
  3. If your study has more than one segment, select a segment from the drop-down.
  4. Right-click the QR Code image.
  5. Select Save image as to download the QR code.

 

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