If you need ongoing QR codes generated, MiniExtensions is great. If you have limited budget, and don’t mind generating the QR codes manually, you can create a formula field for the record urls and then use any QR generator.
You should also note if the people scanning the QR code will be Airtable collaborators. If they are not, you might want to take advantage of MiniExtension’s ability to generate a page per record.
Thanks so much (as always!) for your reply - really helpful.
Loved that article you shared Kuovonne - that resonated with me as that is exactly what I am doing (albeit on a smaller scale, and all by myself!). I’ve done well so far - all my objects have info sheets and each museum has an Airtable form which they can use to create a condition report (converted into a PDF by on2Airs excellent Google docs integration). A little limited and hard to maintain - but it works.
I often see Mini Extensions being recommended for this and other things (forms, client portals etc) - but am put off by two things - the long list of extensions (how are you supposed to choose??!) and the price - ($79 p/month or $948 p/annum).
I will give it another try - but I am rather reluctant to be honest! Hoping for a cheaper solution - especially as their prices have sky rocketed in the last few months. Now $159 a month or $948 for the year. Wow…