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How to view QR Codes analytics with filters
How to view QR Codes analytics with filters
Shweta Rao avatar
Written by Shweta Rao
Updated over a week ago

The QR Code analytics dashboard's filter feature streamlines the process of analyzing the performance of QR Code campaigns across marketing materials, websites, and products.

With filters, you can filter your QR Codes based on criteria like the code's name, destination URL, the type of campaign, scan data, or even custom labels. This will help ensure you analyze the data that truly matters for your marketing efforts.

Filters also empower you to conduct targeted analysis. For example, if you recently launched a summer promotion with QR Codes on posters and flyers, you can use filters to isolate those specific codes to see how many scans they received compared to your website traffic. This targeted analysis helps you understand the effectiveness of your QR Code implementation and identify areas for improvement.

You can even filter by scan count to see which codes generated the most buzz and investigate why they were so successful. With filters, you can slice and dice your QR Code data to gain deeper insights that inform future marketing strategies.

Filters can also help you locate specific QR Codes, even among hundreds or thousands, instead of tedious manual searching.

Prerequisites

Filters are available to all Uniqode customers.

Organize QR Codes with Labels

  1. Click Analytics on the left panel to visit the analytics page.

2. Click on Add Filters to filter the view of your analytics dashboard. Choose from a variety of options to filter your codes:

  1. QR Code Name: Search for codes by title.

  2. QR Code Link: Track down codes linked to certain URLs.

  3. QR Code Type: Narrow your search by type (Website, Landing Page, App Download, etc.).

  4. Label: Focus on codes within specific categories you've created.

  5. Scan Count: Find your most (or least) scanned codes.

  6. Date Created: Track codes created within a specific timeframe.

  7. Last Updated: Prioritize recently edited codes.

  8. Source: Differentiate between codes generated through bulk or dashboard creation.

Note: you can combine multiple filters using Add filters for even more specific searches. For example, you can find all social media codes created after last month with over 100 scans.

3. Modify the time period of the aggregate analytics chosen under the drop-down menu.


โ€‹4. Export your filtered analytics report in PDF or CSV format.

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