Using QR Codes

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Though not particularly effective on billboards, speeding trains, and cupcakes, Quick Response codes can do wonders for your event. One scan of these pixilated squares and a smartphone can capture data, dial a number, or jump to a website. Add them to badges to streamline check-in, make networking a breeze, or promote your sponsors.

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Creating a Custom QR Code

1 Access the Create QR Code page. Hover over Website & Registration and, under Onsite, click Barcodes and Passes. The Apple Wallet Passes tab opens by default. Click the neighboring tab, Barcodes & QR Codes. Then click Create QR Code.

2 Enter the QR code details. Name the QR code. Use the dropdown to select a data type, which determines how smartphones read and respond to a QR code's data. Your options include:

 
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3 Specify the data to encode. For the Text and meCard data types, select the information you want to include. The Available box lists fields this QR code could contain, while the Selected box displays fields this QR code will contain. Click a field, then use the arrow buttons to move it from one box to the other.
 
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You can select as many fields as you want, but only 4,296 characters can be encoded. If the stored information exceeds this capacity, lower fields can appear incomplete or not at all.
 
NOTE: Creating a QR code for OnArrival? Attendees can only be scanned in if their confirmation number is included. 

For the email address and telephone number data types, use the dropdown to select the desired field.

If you're using the URL data type, choose to encode a static, event, or contact's web address.

Click Save.


Adding QR Codes to Name Badges

1 Access the Badges & Certificates page. Begin by selecting your event. Hover over Website & Registration and, under Onsite, click Badges & Certificates.

2 Add a QR code to a name badge. Create a name badge. When designing the badge, make sure to add the QR code by dragging and dropping QR Code, under Components, onto the canvas.

 
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Select the QR code. Your options include:
  • Company contains the registrant's place of employment.
  • Contact Info. & Conf. No. - Caret (^) Delimited contains the registrant's confirmation number, name, email, company, address, and phone number. A carat (^) separates each of these fields.
  • Contact Info. & Conf. No. - Non-Delimited contains the registrant's confirmation number, name, email, company, address, and phone number. A single space separates each of these fields.
  • Source ID contains the registrant's source ID.
  • Confirmation Number contains the registrant's confirmation number.
 
If you created a custom QR code, it will appear here as well.

Once you're done, click Save.



Adding QR Codes from Data Tags in Emails

1 Access the email you want to add the code to. Begin by selecting your event. Hover over Promotion & Communication and, under Email, click Event Emails. Create or select the email. 

2 Insert the data tag. In Classic events, click on the Content tab, then Edit. In Flex events, click Design Email. Put your cursor in the area where you want to place the code and insert one of your QR Code data tags.

Your data tag options include:
  • Custom QR Code: will allow you to select any QR Codes created in your event.
  • QR Code: Quick response code containing the registrant's confirmation number.
  • QR Code 2: Quick response code containing the registrant's confirmation number, name, and email address.

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NOTE: Want your iPhone users to have theirs added to their Apple Wallet? You can also include the Add to Apple Wallet Link Data tag.
 
Adding QR Code from a Widget in Flex Emails

1 Access the email you want to add the code to. Begin by selecting your Flex event. Hover over Promotion & Communication and, under Email, click Event Emails. Create or select the email. 

2 Add the QR Code widget. Click Design Email. To the right of the canvas, click Build, and additional options will appear to the right. In the Visuals section, drag and drop "QR Codes" onto the canvas. To the right of the canvas, your QR code options will appear. They are:
  • Confirmation Number
  • Confirmation Number, Name, and Email Address
  • Custom: will allow you to select any QR Codes created in your event.
If you have multiple invitation lists, click the Email header in the top left of your canvas. From the Event Emails dropdown, select another invitation list and repeat this step.

Once you're done, click Save.
 

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Though not particularly effective on billboards, speeding trains, and cupcakes, Quick Response codes can do wonders for your event. One scan of these pixilated squares and a smartphone can capture data, dial a number, or jump to a website. Add them to badges to streamline check-in, make networking a breeze, or promote your sponsors.

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Creating a Custom QR Code

1 Access the Create QR Code page. Hover over Website & Registration and, under Onsite, click Barcodes and Passes. The Apple Wallet Passes tab opens by default. Click the neighboring tab, Barcodes & QR Codes. Then click Create QR Code.

2 Enter the QR code details. Name the QR code. Use the dropdown to select a data type, which determines how smartphones read and respond to a QR code's data. Your options include:

 
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3 Specify the data to encode. For the Text and meCard data types, select the information you want to include. The Available box lists fields this QR code could contain, while the Selected box displays fields this QR code will contain. Click a field, then use the arrow buttons to move it from one box to the other.
 
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You can select as many fields as you want, but only 4,296 characters can be encoded. If the stored information exceeds this capacity, lower fields can appear incomplete or not at all.
 
NOTE: Creating a QR code for OnArrival? Attendees can only be scanned in if their confirmation number is included. 

For the email address and telephone number data types, use the dropdown to select the desired field.

If you're using the URL data type, choose to encode a static, event, or contact's web address.

Click Save.


Adding QR Codes to Name Badges

1 Access the Badges & Certificates page. Begin by selecting your event. Hover over Website & Registration and, under Onsite, click Badges & Certificates.

2 Add a QR code to a name badge. Create a name badge. When designing the badge, make sure to add the QR code by dragging and dropping QR Code, under Components, onto the canvas.

 
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Select the QR code. Your options include:
  • Company contains the registrant's place of employment.
  • Contact Info. & Conf. No. - Caret (^) Delimited contains the registrant's confirmation number, name, email, company, address, and phone number. A carat (^) separates each of these fields.
  • Contact Info. & Conf. No. - Non-Delimited contains the registrant's confirmation number, name, email, company, address, and phone number. A single space separates each of these fields.
  • Source ID contains the registrant's source ID.
  • Confirmation Number contains the registrant's confirmation number.
 
If you created a custom QR code, it will appear here as well.

Once you're done, click Save.



Adding QR Codes from Data Tags in Emails

1 Access the email you want to add the code to. Begin by selecting your event. Hover over Promotion & Communication and, under Email, click Event Emails. Create or select the email. 

2 Insert the data tag. In Classic events, click on the Content tab, then Edit. In Flex events, click Design Email. Put your cursor in the area where you want to place the code and insert one of your QR Code data tags.

Your data tag options include:
  • Custom QR Code: will allow you to select any QR Codes created in your event.
  • QR Code: Quick response code containing the registrant's confirmation number.
  • QR Code 2: Quick response code containing the registrant's confirmation number, name, and email address.

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NOTE: Want your iPhone users to have theirs added to their Apple Wallet? You can also include the Add to Apple Wallet Link Data tag.
 
Adding QR Code from a Widget in Flex Emails

1 Access the email you want to add the code to. Begin by selecting your Flex event. Hover over Promotion & Communication and, under Email, click Event Emails. Create or select the email. 

2 Add the QR Code widget. Click Design Email. To the right of the canvas, click Build, and additional options will appear to the right. In the Visuals section, drag and drop "QR Codes" onto the canvas. To the right of the canvas, your QR code options will appear. They are:
  • Confirmation Number
  • Confirmation Number, Name, and Email Address
  • Custom: will allow you to select any QR Codes created in your event.
If you have multiple invitation lists, click the Email header in the top left of your canvas. From the Event Emails dropdown, select another invitation list and repeat this step.

Once you're done, click Save.
 

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Though not particularly effective on billboards, speeding trains, and cupcakes, Quick Response codes can do wonders for your event. One scan of these pixilated squares and a smartphone can capture data, dial a number, or jump to a website. Add them to badges to streamline check-in, make networking a breeze, or promote your sponsors.

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Creating a Custom QR Code

1 Access the Create QR Code page. Hover over Website & Registration and, under Onsite, click Barcodes and Passes. The Apple Wallet Passes tab opens by default. Click the neighboring tab, Barcodes & QR Codes. Then click Create QR Code.

2 Enter the QR code details. Name the QR code. Use the dropdown to select a data type, which determines how smartphones read and respond to a QR code's data. Your options include:

 
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3 Specify the data to encode. For the Text and meCard data types, select the information you want to include. The Available box lists fields this QR code could contain, while the Selected box displays fields this QR code will contain. Click a field, then use the arrow buttons to move it from one box to the other.
 
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You can select as many fields as you want, but only 4,296 characters can be encoded. If the stored information exceeds this capacity, lower fields can appear incomplete or not at all.
 
NOTE: Creating a QR code for OnArrival? Attendees can only be scanned in if their confirmation number is included. 

For the email address and telephone number data types, use the dropdown to select the desired field.

If you're using the URL data type, choose to encode a static, event, or contact's web address.

Click Save.


Adding QR Codes to Name Badges

1 Access the Badges & Certificates page. Begin by selecting your event. Hover over Website & Registration and, under Onsite, click Badges & Certificates.

2 Add a QR code to a name badge. Create a name badge. When designing the badge, make sure to add the QR code by dragging and dropping QR Code, under Components, onto the canvas.

 
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Select the QR code. Your options include:
  • Company contains the registrant's place of employment.
  • Contact Info. & Conf. No. - Caret (^) Delimited contains the registrant's confirmation number, name, email, company, address, and phone number. A carat (^) separates each of these fields.
  • Contact Info. & Conf. No. - Non-Delimited contains the registrant's confirmation number, name, email, company, address, and phone number. A single space separates each of these fields.
  • Source ID contains the registrant's source ID.
  • Confirmation Number contains the registrant's confirmation number.
 
If you created a custom QR code, it will appear here as well.

Once you're done, click Save.



Adding QR Codes from Data Tags in Emails

1 Access the email you want to add the code to. Begin by selecting your event. Hover over Promotion & Communication and, under Email, click Event Emails. Create or select the email. 

2 Insert the data tag. In Classic events, click on the Content tab, then Edit. In Flex events, click Design Email. Put your cursor in the area where you want to place the code and insert one of your QR Code data tags.

Your data tag options include:
  • Custom QR Code: will allow you to select any QR Codes created in your event.
  • QR Code: Quick response code containing the registrant's confirmation number.
  • QR Code 2: Quick response code containing the registrant's confirmation number, name, and email address.

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NOTE: Want your iPhone users to have theirs added to their Apple Wallet? You can also include the Add to Apple Wallet Link Data tag.
 
Adding QR Code from a Widget in Flex Emails

1 Access the email you want to add the code to. Begin by selecting your Flex event. Hover over Promotion & Communication and, under Email, click Event Emails. Create or select the email. 

2 Add the QR Code widget. Click Design Email. To the right of the canvas, click Build, and additional options will appear to the right. In the Visuals section, drag and drop "QR Codes" onto the canvas. To the right of the canvas, your QR code options will appear. They are:
  • Confirmation Number
  • Confirmation Number, Name, and Email Address
  • Custom: will allow you to select any QR Codes created in your event.
If you have multiple invitation lists, click the Email header in the top left of your canvas. From the Event Emails dropdown, select another invitation list and repeat this step.

Once you're done, click Save.
 

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Though not particularly effective on billboards, speeding trains, and cupcakes, Quick Response codes can do wonders for your event. One scan of these pixilated squares and a smartphone can capture data, dial a number, or jump to a website. Add them to badges to streamline check-in, make networking a breeze, or promote your sponsors.

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Creating a Custom QR Code

1 Access the Create QR Code page. Hover over Website & Registration and, under Onsite, click Barcodes and Passes. The Apple Wallet Passes tab opens by default. Click the neighboring tab, Barcodes & QR Codes. Then click Create QR Code.

2 Enter the QR code details. Name the QR code. Use the dropdown to select a data type, which determines how smartphones read and respond to a QR code's data. Your options include:

 
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3 Specify the data to encode. For the Text and meCard data types, select the information you want to include. The Available box lists fields this QR code could contain, while the Selected box displays fields this QR code will contain. Click a field, then use the arrow buttons to move it from one box to the other.
 
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You can select as many fields as you want, but only 4,296 characters can be encoded. If the stored information exceeds this capacity, lower fields can appear incomplete or not at all.
 
NOTE: Creating a QR code for OnArrival? Attendees can only be scanned in if their confirmation number is included. 

For the email address and telephone number data types, use the dropdown to select the desired field.

If you're using the URL data type, choose to encode a static, event, or contact's web address.

Click Save.


Adding QR Codes to Name Badges

1 Access the Badges & Certificates page. Begin by selecting your event. Hover over Website & Registration and, under Onsite, click Badges & Certificates.

2 Add a QR code to a name badge. Create a name badge. When designing the badge, make sure to add the QR code by dragging and dropping QR Code, under Components, onto the canvas.

 
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Select the QR code. Your options include:
  • Company contains the registrant's place of employment.
  • Contact Info. & Conf. No. - Caret (^) Delimited contains the registrant's confirmation number, name, email, company, address, and phone number. A carat (^) separates each of these fields.
  • Contact Info. & Conf. No. - Non-Delimited contains the registrant's confirmation number, name, email, company, address, and phone number. A single space separates each of these fields.
  • Source ID contains the registrant's source ID.
  • Confirmation Number contains the registrant's confirmation number.
 
If you created a custom QR code, it will appear here as well.

Once you're done, click Save.



Adding QR Codes from Data Tags in Emails

1 Access the email you want to add the code to. Begin by selecting your event. Hover over Promotion & Communication and, under Email, click Event Emails. Create or select the email. 

2 Insert the data tag. In Classic events, click on the Content tab, then Edit. In Flex events, click Design Email. Put your cursor in the area where you want to place the code and insert one of your QR Code data tags.

Your data tag options include:
  • Custom QR Code: will allow you to select any QR Codes created in your event.
  • QR Code: Quick response code containing the registrant's confirmation number.
  • QR Code 2: Quick response code containing the registrant's confirmation number, name, and email address.

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NOTE: Want your iPhone users to have theirs added to their Apple Wallet? You can also include the Add to Apple Wallet Link Data tag.
 
Adding QR Code from a Widget in Flex Emails

1 Access the email you want to add the code to. Begin by selecting your Flex event. Hover over Promotion & Communication and, under Email, click Event Emails. Create or select the email. 

2 Add the QR Code widget. Click Design Email. To the right of the canvas, click Build, and additional options will appear to the right. In the Visuals section, drag and drop "QR Codes" onto the canvas. To the right of the canvas, your QR code options will appear. They are:
  • Confirmation Number
  • Confirmation Number, Name, and Email Address
  • Custom: will allow you to select any QR Codes created in your event.
If you have multiple invitation lists, click the Email header in the top left of your canvas. From the Event Emails dropdown, select another invitation list and repeat this step.

Once you're done, click Save.
 

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Though not particularly effective on billboards, speeding trains, and cupcakes, Quick Response codes can do wonders for your event. One scan of these pixilated squares and a smartphone can capture data, dial a number, or jump to a website. Add them to badges to streamline check-in, make networking a breeze, or promote your sponsors.

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Creating a Custom QR Code

1 Access the Create QR Code page. Hover over Website & Registration and, under Onsite, click Barcodes and Passes. The Apple Wallet Passes tab opens by default. Click the neighboring tab, Barcodes & QR Codes. Then click Create QR Code.

2 Enter the QR code details. Name the QR code. Use the dropdown to select a data type, which determines how smartphones read and respond to a QR code's data. Your options include:

 
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3 Specify the data to encode. For the Text and meCard data types, select the information you want to include. The Available box lists fields this QR code could contain, while the Selected box displays fields this QR code will contain. Click a field, then use the arrow buttons to move it from one box to the other.
 
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You can select as many fields as you want, but only 4,296 characters can be encoded. If the stored information exceeds this capacity, lower fields can appear incomplete or not at all.
 
NOTE: Creating a QR code for OnArrival? Attendees can only be scanned in if their confirmation number is included. 

For the email address and telephone number data types, use the dropdown to select the desired field.

If you're using the URL data type, choose to encode a static, event, or contact's web address.

Click Save.


Adding QR Codes to Name Badges

1 Access the Badges & Certificates page. Begin by selecting your event. Hover over Website & Registration and, under Onsite, click Badges & Certificates.

2 Add a QR code to a name badge. Create a name badge. When designing the badge, make sure to add the QR code by dragging and dropping QR Code, under Components, onto the canvas.

 
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Select the QR code. Your options include:
  • Company contains the registrant's place of employment.
  • Contact Info. & Conf. No. - Caret (^) Delimited contains the registrant's confirmation number, name, email, company, address, and phone number. A carat (^) separates each of these fields.
  • Contact Info. & Conf. No. - Non-Delimited contains the registrant's confirmation number, name, email, company, address, and phone number. A single space separates each of these fields.
  • Source ID contains the registrant's source ID.
  • Confirmation Number contains the registrant's confirmation number.
 
If you created a custom QR code, it will appear here as well.

Once you're done, click Save.



Adding QR Codes from Data Tags in Emails

1 Access the email you want to add the code to. Begin by selecting your event. Hover over Promotion & Communication and, under Email, click Event Emails. Create or select the email. 

2 Insert the data tag. In Classic events, click on the Content tab, then Edit. In Flex events, click Design Email. Put your cursor in the area where you want to place the code and insert one of your QR Code data tags.

Your data tag options include:
  • Custom QR Code: will allow you to select any QR Codes created in your event.
  • QR Code: Quick response code containing the registrant's confirmation number.
  • QR Code 2: Quick response code containing the registrant's confirmation number, name, and email address.

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NOTE: Want your iPhone users to have theirs added to their Apple Wallet? You can also include the Add to Apple Wallet Link Data tag.
 
Adding QR Code from a Widget in Flex Emails

1 Access the email you want to add the code to. Begin by selecting your Flex event. Hover over Promotion & Communication and, under Email, click Event Emails. Create or select the email. 

2 Add the QR Code widget. Click Design Email. To the right of the canvas, click Build, and additional options will appear to the right. In the Visuals section, drag and drop "QR Codes" onto the canvas. To the right of the canvas, your QR code options will appear. They are:
  • Confirmation Number
  • Confirmation Number, Name, and Email Address
  • Custom: will allow you to select any QR Codes created in your event.
If you have multiple invitation lists, click the Email header in the top left of your canvas. From the Event Emails dropdown, select another invitation list and repeat this step.

Once you're done, click Save.
 

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Though not particularly effective on billboards, speeding trains, and cupcakes, Quick Response codes can do wonders for your event. One scan of these pixilated squares and a smartphone can capture data, dial a number, or jump to a website. Add them to badges to streamline check-in, make networking a breeze, or promote your sponsors.

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Creating a Custom QR Code

1 Access the Create QR Code page. Hover over Website & Registration and, under Onsite, click Barcodes and Passes. The Apple Wallet Passes tab opens by default. Click the neighboring tab, Barcodes & QR Codes. Then click Create QR Code.

2 Enter the QR code details. Name the QR code. Use the dropdown to select a data type, which determines how smartphones read and respond to a QR code's data. Your options include:

 
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3 Specify the data to encode. For the Text and meCard data types, select the information you want to include. The Available box lists fields this QR code could contain, while the Selected box displays fields this QR code will contain. Click a field, then use the arrow buttons to move it from one box to the other.
 
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You can select as many fields as you want, but only 4,296 characters can be encoded. If the stored information exceeds this capacity, lower fields can appear incomplete or not at all.
 
NOTE: Creating a QR code for OnArrival? Attendees can only be scanned in if their confirmation number is included. 

For the email address and telephone number data types, use the dropdown to select the desired field.

If you're using the URL data type, choose to encode a static, event, or contact's web address.

Click Save.


Adding QR Codes to Name Badges

1 Access the Badges & Certificates page. Begin by selecting your event. Hover over Website & Registration and, under Onsite, click Badges & Certificates.

2 Add a QR code to a name badge. Create a name badge. When designing the badge, make sure to add the QR code by dragging and dropping QR Code, under Components, onto the canvas.

 
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Select the QR code. Your options include:
  • Company contains the registrant's place of employment.
  • Contact Info. & Conf. No. - Caret (^) Delimited contains the registrant's confirmation number, name, email, company, address, and phone number. A carat (^) separates each of these fields.
  • Contact Info. & Conf. No. - Non-Delimited contains the registrant's confirmation number, name, email, company, address, and phone number. A single space separates each of these fields.
  • Source ID contains the registrant's source ID.
  • Confirmation Number contains the registrant's confirmation number.
 
If you created a custom QR code, it will appear here as well.

Once you're done, click Save.



Adding QR Codes from Data Tags in Emails

1 Access the email you want to add the code to. Begin by selecting your event. Hover over Promotion & Communication and, under Email, click Event Emails. Create or select the email. 

2 Insert the data tag. In Classic events, click on the Content tab, then Edit. In Flex events, click Design Email. Put your cursor in the area where you want to place the code and insert one of your QR Code data tags.

Your data tag options include:
  • Custom QR Code: will allow you to select any QR Codes created in your event.
  • QR Code: Quick response code containing the registrant's confirmation number.
  • QR Code 2: Quick response code containing the registrant's confirmation number, name, and email address.

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NOTE: Want your iPhone users to have theirs added to their Apple Wallet? You can also include the Add to Apple Wallet Link Data tag.
 
Adding QR Code from a Widget in Flex Emails

1 Access the email you want to add the code to. Begin by selecting your Flex event. Hover over Promotion & Communication and, under Email, click Event Emails. Create or select the email. 

2 Add the QR Code widget. Click Design Email. To the right of the canvas, click Build, and additional options will appear to the right. In the Visuals section, drag and drop "QR Codes" onto the canvas. To the right of the canvas, your QR code options will appear. They are:
  • Confirmation Number
  • Confirmation Number, Name, and Email Address
  • Custom: will allow you to select any QR Codes created in your event.
If you have multiple invitation lists, click the Email header in the top left of your canvas. From the Event Emails dropdown, select another invitation list and repeat this step.

Once you're done, click Save.
 

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