Thus, we at Beaconstac, have come up with QR Code-based contactless visitor forms to fight COVID-19.
How do contactless forms work?
Place QR Code-based contactless forms at entry points of your business at scannable heights and encourage customers to scan. Upon scanning the QR Code, visitors fill the form to declare their health status and recent travels to access entry at the establishment.
These contactless forms are designed to grant access to visitors only if their responses are ideal and to mainly filter out susceptible individuals who are exposed to the virus.
#1 Set up a contactless visitor form in 3 easy steps
If you are looking to create a QR Code-based visitor form using our pre-designed templates, then follow these simple steps –
1. Select a template
Choose a template based on your establishment – clinic, restaurant, or retail store. Select the template and click on Use this template to begin.
Then, fill in the details of your template – add the name of your business, upload a logo for people to easily recognize it, and add your email address in the boxes. Click on Generate QR Code.
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As marketers are grappling with the ongoing crisis of the pandemic, there is also a considerable amount of apprehension about the future of events. As most states are slated to reopen, the second half of the year looks promising since contactless events have become a mandate going forward.
Contactless events with socially aware rules and regulations will be the way of going forward to ensure optimal safety. In the post-COVID era, only those will succeed who can make their audience feel safe.
WhatsApp’s new QR Code feature, available for iOS and Android users, lets you add contacts in a jiffy, start a conversation with anyone instantly, and help marketers and businesses talk to their customers seamlessly with a single scan.
This blog was originally published on May 26th, 2020 at 03:27 pm