The QR code has made quite an impact in our daily use in recent years. And for many people, it is an immediate sign of interaction.
As a dashboard user, you can generate unlimited unique QR codes, which ensures that someone can give quickly and easily. The advantage of generating unique QR codes per cause is that you keep a good overview of which donations are intended for what.
Because not everyone is aware of how a Givt QR code works, we have given you a quick update here:
How does giving to a QR code work?
A Givt app user, using the camera function on their phone, scans the QR code. As the Givt app on the phone recognises that it is a Givt QR code, the user is directed directly to the app. The giver only needs to choose an amount and press give.
How do I create a QR code?
In the dashboard, click on the QR code tab in the left-hand column. Go through the following steps.
- Click on ‘Generate a new QR code’
- Press next
- Choose ‘Specific QR code’
- Fill in the name you want to call the specific QR code and press next.
The QR code will now be downloaded automatically and can be found at the bottom of your screen.
QR codes for campaigns outside the collection in the service
In previous tips, we have already stated that it would be smart to put a QR code on the projector screen for those following the service online. We have also given a tip to place a QR code with the notices about the collection in the church bulletin.
Besides these few tips, we can imagine that there are plenty of other fundraising events outside the collection in the service (e.g. for a youth camp, a senior citizens’ outing, a flower fund, a choir etc).
As we offer you the opportunity to create unlimited QR codes, we would like to encourage you to make use of this. The recognisability of QR codes and easy applicability online and physically, e.g. printed on a poster, stuck on a collection box, etc., makes the QR code an excellent giving tool for any campaign!