A new service is using QR Codes to tag and share your documents

POSTED BY on Oct 17 under QR Codes

The formats and technology that people use to create documents have evolved over the years, but most of them are shared via email or on paper.

The TagMyDoc service, a Montreal company, is free and includes a QR Code to any presentation or document, allowing users to get a copy by scanning the code with their handset or tablet.

TagMyDoc users must choose the document they would like to share, the service then includes a QR Code to the document, allowing others to get a virtual copy by simply scanning.

The TagMyDoc service is currently handling Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, OpenDocument, Excel and PDF files and images.

People can make comments electronically and can also sign up to keep track of the document and follow for updates.

A Microsoft Office add-in allow users to tag, share and store documents from their Word, Excel or PowerPoint toolbars and apps such as DropBox and Box are allowing users to synchronize their accounts with TagMyDoc.

Source: youtube.com, maketecheasier.com

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