Labels are a great way of organizing your QR codes and make it easier to search, filter, and analyze your codes. Here's how to get started with labels on Beaconstac.
Step 1: Select Your Code(s)
Select the codes that you want to apply the label to by checking off the boxes next to the codes in the main list view.
Step 2: Add Your Labels to Existing Codes
Once you've selected your codes, click "Label" at the top of the list view. This will show you all of your existing labels and allow you to create new ones.
You can either select an existing label or create a new one. To create a new label, start typing your desired label name in the 'Search labels' bar. Once you've typed out the name of the desired label click the 'Create new' option that appears under the search bar.
Once you've filled in the label name and clicked 'Create new', select a color for the label.
Once the labels you need are created, select the labels you want to add to the QR code. A check mark will appear next to the labels you've selected.
You can add one or multiple labels to each QR code. Once you've chosen the labels you want to add, click "Apply." You will then be able to see the label next to all of the assigned QR codes.
Step 2, Option 2: Add Labels to New QR Codes
You will have the option to add a label to a QR code in the QR code creator.
Learn how to create a QR code here: How to create your first QR code
Once you've chosen the content and design of your QR code, the final stage of the QR code creator will give you the option to add a label. You can either choose an existing label or create a new one with the same steps as above by clicking 'Manage' under the 'Labels' section.
Step 3: Filter Your Codes Using Labels
At the top of the QR code list view you will see a 'Filters' option. Click on 'Filters' and select 'Label.'
Once you've chosen to filter by label, click on the drop-down menu that says 'No Label.' A list of all of your existing labels will appear. Select the label you'd like to filter for. You can either filter for one or multiple labels.
Step 4: Analyze Your Codes Using Labels
In the 'Analytics' section of the dashboard you can pull reports that are filtered by label. Select your desired date range and the label you'd like to filter for on the top right of the Analytics dashboard. You can choose one or multiple labels to filter in the Analytics dashboard.
When you've chosen which labels you want to filter for and the date range, click 'Export' to download a CSV of your data filtered by label.