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Scanova’s advanced features will help you create, design, manage, and track QR Codes in no time
Scanova feature lead generation requests contact information from leads after scanning QR Code
Lead Generation
Capture high-potential customer leads

Create colorful QR Codes with Scanova feature Custom QR Code Design
Custom QR Code Design
Create visually-appealing QR Codes to attract more scans

Show 23 types of content with Scanova feature 23 Content Categories
23 Content Categories
Based on content, create upto 23 types of QR Codes

Get report on QR Code scans by Scanova feature Analytics
View number of scans by date, geography, and device

Show different content with same QR Code by creating Scanova Dynamic QR Codes
Dynamic QR Codes
Edit QR Code content anytime

 Use landing pages for campaigns with Scanova feature landing pages
Landing Pages
Use readymade landing pages for campaigns

FAQs Helpdesk

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What will happen to my QR Codes after the 14-day free trial?
After the 14-day free trial ends, your Static QR Codes will continue to work but Dynamic QR Codes will expire. You will need to start a subscription to activate your account and Dynamic QR Codes.
What is the difference between Dynamic and Static QR Codes?
Dynamic QR Codes are advanced QR Codes with capabilities such as content editing and scan tracking. Static QR Codes are basic QR Codes, which are permanent but non-trackable and non-editable.
My QR Code is not working anymore. What happened?
In most cases, the QR Code stops working if your subscription has expired, your dynamic QR Code is in standby mode, or if the QR Code has become unscannable due to wear and tear.
What should be the minimum size of QR Code on print?
For most cases, the minimum size of a QR Code should at least be 1.2 inch or 3 cm or 115 pixels (in width and height). For the ideal size, see rule in full answer.