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How to make a Flowcode contact card
How to make a Flowcode contact card
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Written by Alex
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What is it?

Setting your scan destination to a vCard will allow for you to create Flowcodes that scan directly to a Virtual Contact Files (.vcf, AKA vCards). A .vcf is a standard file for formatting electronic business cards. Selecting the vCard scan destination option will allow for seamless contact sharing between creator and consumers via Flowcodes.

With vCard, you can:

  • Share: Share contact information instantly. People can scan the code and instantly save your contact information to their phone and there is no limit to the number of times you can share your contact information.

  • Update: You can update the the information for your vCard at any point and they will immediately be reflected the next time someone scans your code. Don’t worry about re-printing business cards!

Scan the Flowcode below to see an example of a virtual contact card experience:

How to set up your vCard

To get started, create a Flowcode and choose vCard as your scan destination.


Next, simply type in your information to create your vCard.

When you are finished adding all your information, click Save VCard and finish the design of your code. You are then ready for download!

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