QR and barcodes
The physical world can be drawn into Tracelink using QR codes and barcodes. By scanning a QR code directly from the Tracelink app, it is possible to perform a number of work routines.
The QR code can sit on many different items - from tools, worksheets, storage shelves, materials, constructions and more.
In Tracelink, there are many options that allow you to link a physical object (tool, stock item, order form, etc.) to a function. It can, for example, be that you need knowledge to choose the right product.
With the help of QR codes and barcodes it is possible e.g. to:
- Go directly to an order (for example, start time tracking, take pictures, etc.)
- Picking goods (from eg a batch)
- Borrowing tools
- Place an item on an order
- Allow external customer to see order documentation
QR codes on scroll
As a Tracelink customer, you can order a roll of stickers with unique QR codes pre-printed. They are made with a strong adhesive so they can stick to some.
It is also possible to print your own brands with your company logo, and to the size you want.
A sroll of QR-codes.
Tracelink can also print and read traditional barcodes. The first time they are read, a description is entered, so Tracelink subsequently knows what has been scanned.
The scanned item can then be placed on an order, thus providing a complete list of items used on an order. It can for example. be finished components included in an order.
This is how Tracelink's QR code column can look on mobile.