Woop woop! 🤖 We're super pumped about the release of this new Abyssale feature! You'll finally be able to generate custom and personalized QR codes with Abyssale. Just create 🧑🎨, generate⚡️ and scan 📲
Let's take a look at how to make the most out of this new feature.
Add a QR code to a template
You can see we've added a new element to the template builder's tool bar at the top of your screen. You just have to click on it to see an editable QR code pop into your template and add itself to the layer panel on the left.
Edit your QR code properties
Now that we have a QR code added to our template, the fun begins and we can edit all its properties
To edit your QR code's background color, just click on the layer and go to the settings panel on the right of your screen. From the color picker, select any color from the RGB spectrum.
If you need a transparent QR code background, just set your color's alpha to 0 inside the color picker
Now that our QR code background is set, we can edit the foreground color of our QR code, AKA the pattern of our QR code. To do that, just use the color picker, just like we did with our background.
If for any reason, you'd like to set a different width for the container of the QR code and the QR code itself, you can always play around with the margin at the bottom of the settings.
Once you've designed your QR code, you can set the link your QR code will redirect to. Inside the editor, you'll be setting the default link of your QR code meaning that if you don't change its data during the generation process, this default URL will be used.
Note that we support all HTTP and HTTPS links as well as URI links (Uniform resource identifier) like :mailto: and :tel: to pre-compose an e-mail or dial a phone number for your users.
Once your template is done and your QR is code designed, the generation process begins !!!! As with any other design element in Abyssale, you can edit its content and properties during the generation process. So if you want to use different personalized QR codes for each of your generated images, you can do so! 🔥🤖
As of now, as you can see in this screenshot of the Abyssale Spreadsheet, the link and background color can be edited during the image generation process. We've shown an example with the spreadsheet but the QR code also already works with Dynamic Images, Forms, API, Zapier, Make and all our generation methods.
We're very excited about this feature and we can't wait to see what amazing designs you create with it! 🤩
As always, if you have any questions or feedback please let us know!
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