QR codes are everywhere these days—they take the form of menus at restaurants, payment tools at convenience stores, and as a means to share contact information on mobile apps. Their easy-to-use, touch-free nature makes using QR codes a no-brainer during a time where we don’t want to, well, touch anything.
With HiHello you can create and customize a digital business card, and then share your card using its unique QR code. To share your virtual card using a QR code, have the other person aim their phone’s camera at your code. They will instantly receive your digital business card on their phone and will have all your contact information at their fingertips.
You can also save your digital business card’s QR code as an image. Once saved to your phone or computer, you can place your QR code anywhere. Include it in your email signature (learn how to create an email signature that links to your business card), on social media posts, or brochures or flyers. You can even print it and place it in a picture frame for the front of your office. As long as your business card remains active, your QR code will always link back to your card.
Whether you're using iOS, Android, or the web, read on to learn how to save your QR code to your phone or computer.
Don’t have a HiHello account yet, but are interested in using QR codes to send your contact information? HiHello is a free digital business card and contact manager app that allows you to electronically send and receive contact information. You can download HiHello on iOS or Android or use the web app.
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