- Go to the Catalogue tab
- in the Products section at the top, for any one of your products click on the ellipsis button (three dots) on the far right of the row
- This will open up a pop-up window. Click on the menu option Download QR code
- This will take you to a pop-up window where you can download the QR code for the product you selected, for all products in that product group, or for all products in your entire catalogue. The QR codes are downloaded as SVG (vector) image files. This means the image can scale up or down without pixelating, and can be easily dropped into your product artwork. The little information (i) icon tells you the minimum size the QR code must measure so that it is compliant with GS1 global standards
Note that you can also download a 1D barcode with its associated QR code.
If your printer asks you for the URI that generates the QR code, it is simply
https://tgz.bz/01/"your GTIN with a preceding zero"
So for example, if we take the Polytag 13-digit GTIN 5060919080055, the URI to generate the QR code would be https://tgz.bz/01/05060919080055
Note that either when downloading one of your SVG (vector) files, or providing your URI to the printer, this is to print what we call static QR codes. By static we mean you will have the same QR code per each product (GTIN). Whereas with Polytag's unique-every-time QR codes, every individual instance of a product has its own unique QR code. For more information on static vs unique-every-time QR codes, see this article in the Help Centre
For more information different GTIN types see this article in the Help Centre