Today, most students in a classroom have a smartphone with them. Rather than giving them physical papers to take home, teachers can simply give them QR codes to scan to view any documents that needs to be shared. A service that lets you generate these codes for digital documents is TagMyDoc.
TagMyDoc is a web service that lets you upload digital documents and then get QR codes for them. You can share the QR code with people who can scan it to obtain the download link of the document. If you want, you can share the direct URL of the file as well.
The site connects your account with DropBox and Box enabling you to get documents from these accounts and upload to them, giving you QR codes for all your uploaded digital documents. TagMyDoc also offers an add-in for Microsoft Office which lets you tag and share documents from within Excel, Word, and other Office apps.
The service has free and paid accounts depending on your document file sizes.
- A user-friendly web service.
- Lets you upload documents.
- Gives you QR codes for uploaded documents.
- Connects with your Box and DropBox accounts.
- Provides you with a Microsoft Office add-in.
Check out TagMyDoc @ http://www.tagmydoc.com