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Can I export check-in QR codes?

How to extract QR data

Vicky Carmichael avatar
Written by Vicky Carmichael
Updated over a week ago

If you’re looking to add a QR code to your attendee badges for lead capture, we recommend using our vCard QR codes.

If you want to export the ticket QR codes used for check-in, there are two options:

Extract QR codes programmatically

You can access the QR code directly if you know the ticket slug for each attendee registration (which our webhooks or API will give you access to).

The format for pulling the QR codes is:[slug] (don't include the square braces).

Extract from the Attendee export

Alternatively, you could do an Attendee export to XLS or CSV. In the column titled Unique Ticket URL you'll see each row contains a link made up of the Tito event URL followed by the unique ticket slug. This is a string that looks something like: p9eiLrnmalndyDiz4Wd0lmA.

You can use the find and replace function in your spreadsheet software to remove the rest of the URL so you're just left with the ticket slug.

Then you can use CONCATENATE to generate all the URLs for the QR codes using the format:[slug] (don't include the square braces).

Important note

Scanning the QR code won’t automatically reveal details about the attendee (that’d be poor security); instead, it opens up the attendee’s page in Tito, which you can see if you’re logged in to the account associated with the relevant event. This method is also compatible with Tito's check-in apps.

If you're looking for a method to use in conjunction with sponsor scanners, we'd suggest looking at vCards.

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