Santander and BetterPoints offer free cycle rides in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
30 June 2017
08 July 2015-
If you haven't used QR codes before, it may not be readily obvious what to do. But it really couldn't be easier.
QR codes are like barcodes and they work in the same way. They are easy to show either on a poster or on a phone. We have codes on posters in parks, on bike hire stands, in leisure centres, and on phones. Here are a few examples:
With posters they're very easy to spot. On the app you will see the QR code if you choose an activity that requires one, such as Car Sharing Driver. Here's how you access the scanner:
Go to the Activity List button - top right on most pages.
Choose the Scan QR code option
You will then see whatever your camera at the front of your phone is seeing. This picture is an example of somebody scanning a poster.
Just position the green square over the QR code and the camera will automatically focus on the QR code and scan it. You will then see an appropriate message based on the QR code - e.g. the type of activity such as Car Share Passenger or Volunteer.