I’m a big fan of “Going Paperless“, the blog of Jamie Todd Rubin (An Evernote Ambassador).
Some times ago, it shares one of its great usage of Evernote: Turn paper manuals into digital documents and use QR codes to make the instructions easy-to-find in context !
It’s great but it’s could still be easier.
Here is my tools to increase the creation of QR Code for Evernote: Karekod !
How to use it ?
1. Go to the note in Evernote
2. Click the Note menu and select “Copy Note Link”
3. Open Karekod. It will automatically take the link from the clipboard to create a QR code with the evernote:// url.
4. Press the print button and use the printer QR code where you want.
The next time you look for your manuals, just use a QRCode reader on your smartphone (I personnaly use CamFind – http://camfindapp.com/) and it will automatically open Evernote with the right document.
Download it from the Mac App Store
2 thoughts on “Karekod – Create QR Code for Evernote…”
How do you use this app? I wanted an app which would read barcodes on my Apple Mac Pro and was directed to Karekod by the Apple store. But I can’t find any instructions on how to use it. Help! Thanks
Karekod could create QR code, not read it.