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Scan-or-Click QR Codes

  • Dual-Function Capability

    • Response can be same or different on Click or Scan

  • Popular Uses/Integrations

    • Invoices to Payment Portals

    • Order/Quotes to documents

    • Marketing literature

    • HR/Employee Forms

    • Locations/Directions

Liaison Software Corporation has developed a Scan-or-Click QR code feature in their latest update for Liaison Messenger EDD PLUS.  With this new feature, you will easily be able add unique QR codes containing values/data (that you’ve specified) captured from the documents you are printing.


This new ability in Messenger PLUS edition creates a “launch pad” for IT personnel and/or developers to create custom scanning or reading capabilities specific to the customer and/or the document.

When we were developing this new feature, we realized some people would be receiving these QR encoded documents, already, on their Smart Device.  That is why we introduced “Scan-or-Click” QR Codes. If the recipient received a QR encoded on a physical document; they can simply scan with the phone’s camera/reader. However, if they received the QR encoded document on their smart device, they just have to “click” with their thumb.

In the showcased example; please notice how you can have 2 responsive actions based on the user's action.

In most case, you will have one response regardless of the application.

If the recipient received a paper/PDF version of the document on their PC, they could "scan" the QR Code with their Smart Phone.

If they received  the document on their Smart Phone, they can simply "click" it with their thumb.

However, with Messenger PLUS you can dual-purpose QR Codes. You can have one responsive action for a “Scan” and an entirely different responsive action for a “Click”. 

In the example above, the user wanted to email "documents" to their recipient using a "dual-purpose" QR Code. Should the recipient “Scan” the QR Code, it would enable a Google location URL with directions (based upon their current a location) launching the “Map” with a directions app. Should they "click" on the QR Code they are brought to their PayPal portal. 

Of course, maybe you QR needs/application are pretty basic.  For example you could QR encode documents that would allow the recipient to download large or related documents from your website or portal instead of attaching them to emails.


Maybe direct them to your websites or portal for Payment Processing, marketing literature, Certificates or anything you wish.


And the best thing is... since its user-definable, there are no limits on what you can use these for.

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