QR codes are a perfect way to digitally exchange things. Nowadays, sharing something through QR code sounds a good idea because most smartphones come with an in-built QR code scanner feature. Moreover, it also covers from others the confidential content and is an easy way to post stuff online. To create and exchange QR codes, there are several websites and applications available online. Here, however, we’re showing you how Google Chrome itself will generate QR codes for websites or web pages. In order to know more, read on!
How to Create QR Code For Websites Using Chrome
You’ll have to allow a few configurations in Chrome to generate QR codes for websites on Google Chrome. To allow QR code sharing on Chrome, follow the steps given below.
Steps to Enable QR Code Sharing
- Open Google Chrome, and in the address bar, enter chrome:/flags. This will take you to the experiments tab in Chrome.
- Look for and allow “Chrome Sharing Hub” from the drop-down.
- Then, look for “Chrome Share QR Codes” and enable it
- Finally, relaunch Chrome to save these settings by clicking on the Relaunch button below.
Steps for Sharing QR Codes
You can start exchanging URLs via QR codes using Chrome once you have allowed these two settings in Chrome flags. Here’s how they can be shared:
- Open any site which you would to share and tap on the three-dot menu at the top right corner
- After that tap on Share and select QR code
- On tapping QR code, it will generate a code for your selected website website
- This QR code can be shown to anybody who you want to share it with. Or you can download image and share it. Others’ QR codes can also be scanned from here.
You can thus build and conveniently exchange QR codes for websites using Google Chrome
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