When you scan a QR Code, you first see a link (Scanova's short URL). As you click the link, the content encoded in the link opens.
This is because your QR Code is dynamic in nature. When you create a dynamic QR Code, it is encoded with a unique Scanova URL. We call it a redirecting link.
Once you click the redirecting link, you are taken to the actual content encoded in the QR Code.
If you want to directly show the QR Code content to your end-users, you can:
A. Create a Static QR Code
When you create a Static QR Code, the target content (URL or text) is directly encoded into the QR Code. As you scan it, you don't see Scanova's redirecting link. So you're directly taken to the content encoded.
But the downside of a static QR Code is that once you create it, you can neither edit the content nor track its scanning activity.
B. Create custom-sub domain
If you want to replace Scanova's redirecting link with your own sub-domain URL (for example—mywebsite.com), you can use our Custom-sub domain feature.
Note that this feature is accessible to only Pro account users.
If you're a Pro account user, you can add upto five sub-domains in your account.
For each sub-domain, you can add as many URL hash as you need (for example—the 1,2,3, part in: campaign1.mywebsite.com, campaign2.mywebsite.com, campaign3.mywebsite.com). This means—as many number of QR Codes as you want.
Note that this feature can only be added while generating a QR Code,