Displaying QR Code in Sparkbooth

With version 7.1 or later, Sparkbooth can display a QR code for guests to access the uploaded photo. This requires an internet connection since the photo needs to uploaded to the host before the QR code can be displayed. Here’s how to set it up:

Setting Up QR Code Display

  1. Open Sparkbooth settings and navigate to Send to Account.
    Sparkbooth QR Code Setting

  2. Choose an uploader service from the following that returns the photo URL and log in:

    • Facebook
    • Flickr
    • Giphy
    • Google Drive
    • Google Photos
    • Imgur
    • Shootproof
    • SmugMug
    • Tumblr
    • Twitter
  3. Enable the "Show QR code for uploaded URL" option.

  4. After the photo is uploaded to the chosen service during a session, a QR code will be displayed. Guests can scan this QR code with a mobile device to view the photo in a web browser for saving or sharing.

    Scanning QR Code

Google Drive Sharing Setup

For Google Drive photo sharing, modify the folder access where photos are uploaded.

Steps for Sharing on Google Drive

  1. Access Google Drive: Go to the folder where photos are stored.

  2. Select Your Folder: Choose the folder you wish to share.

  3. Open Sharing Settings:

    • Web: Right-click the folder and select "Share" or click the "Share" icon at the top right.
    • Mobile: Tap the three dots by the folder and choose "Share."
  4. Adjust General Access:

    • On the web, find "General access" and select "Change to anyone with the link" if it’s set to "Private to you."
      Google Drive Access
    • Change viewer permissions as needed by using the dropdown menu.
  5. Set Permissions:

    • Under "General access," choose "Anyone with the link" and set the access level: Viewer, Commenter, or Editor.
  6. Confirm Changes:

    • Click "Done" to save the new permissions.

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