At the moment, there isn't a way to "export" the QR codes to CSV as such, but there are two workarounds you could use:
Extract QR codes programmatically
The format for pulling the barcodes is:
Extract from the export
Alternatively, you could do an attendee export to XLS or CSV. It contains a column showing the unique registration slug, which is the Tito event URL followed by a string like:
p9eiLrnmalndyDiz4Wd0lmA — use the find and replace function in your spreadsheet manager to remove the rest of the URL so you're just left with the registration slug.
Then you can use CONCATENATE in Excel to generate all the URLs for the QR codes using the format above.
Important to 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 generating custom barcodes/QR codes for attendees rather than using Tito's built-in QR codes — this way you can specify what information to reveal upon scan.
If you'd like to avoid extracting QR codes manually yourself, you could also try a third-party service (for instance Boomset has built a Tito integration).
If you have any follow-up questions, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org or chat to us in-app and we’ll get back to you as quickly as we can.