QRCode And Bar Code


You can Embed a QR Code to your email body .QRCodes are useful when people can use their smart phones to directly open a link .You can create a basic QR Code by including  =QRCode( static or dynamic link or data goes here) in Email body template inside Processor. For example =QRCode( https://www.formnotify.com) will generate the following.Please note the default background (white) and foreground (black) colour in the below image.

You can customise the colour of the default QR Code by including hexcolor(background color,foreground color) .For example the following QRCode is generated with =QRCode( https://www.formnotify.com  hexcolor(#9942f5,#ffffff) ) .Only hex colour codes can be used .You can use google colour picker or any other color picker to generate your hex colour codes.


You can also use expressions such as  =QRCode( {{  Response Edit Url}}  )  to generate QRCode.

Find more about QRCodes by visiting QRCode

Bar Code

Follow the below instructions for generating Bar code inside Email body of a processor.

Basic Format =Barcode(data)

Examples: =Barcode(abc124n56) , =Barcode({{Form Field}})

The above formula by default uses code 128 Format and should satisfy most of the requirements if you do not have a special barcode format requirement .

Full List of Parameters to customize

=Barcode(<data>, type=code128 ,barWidth=1, barHeight=50,showHRI=true ,bgColor=#FFFFFF,color=#000000,fontSize=10)