QR codes for contact tracing. Here’s How to Get Yours for Free!

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Companies out there that will provide contactless tracking for free? But is free always too good to be true? What is the end goal? Make it simple and a free contact tracing form using Google forms, where you can create a QR code and direct all customers to that form....

With venues and borders opening around the country, contact tracing will be an ongoing necessity as we keep COVID under control. There are many options out there to create your own QR code for free and have full control, we want to make it as easy as possible for you.

Your customers will love it, as it’s easy to fill out, they know who Google is and they can even auto fill their details. You will love it, as you have complete control of the data and can be assured that your customers’ data will never be onsold. 

Step 1 - Create a Google Form

Find out how, to create your own google form here.

Step 2 - Print Your QR-Code

Once the form is created. Click here to learn how to create a QR code which links to your form for free; you can even create a custom code with logo, colour and design.

The whole process should only take 10 minutes and feel free to contact WOWAPPS should you require any assistance. At WOWAPPS we believe all venues should have complete control of their customers’ data

For those in the general public (and there are some) who are not comfortable scanning QR codes on their phones, you can create a contact form which can be embedded directly into your web site.

Stay safe and keep everyone else safe!

Ps...

Have you heard? From Monday, November 23 venues in New South Wales are required to use QR codes for contact tracing.

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced this as of the 5th of November, confirming codes will be compulsory for hospitality businesses. The new requirements come after a COVID-19 outbreak was linked to Jasmins1 restaurant in Liverpool, where the venue failed to provide records relating to staff and patronage in a timely manner.

So what does this mean for you?

Brad Whealan

Brad is an SEO Strategist at WOWAPPS, where we get Hospo venues More Customers, Spending More, More Often.


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