How to Create a QR Code From Your Short Link

It's easy to create a QR code from a link with Rebrandly

As the application of QR codes becomes more accepted - more and more brands are opting to add QR codes into their marketing efforts. While Bitly previously provided QR codes, they no longer offer the Bitly QR code ( QR code) generator feature.

bitly qr code

Create a QR code with every link

Manage links and QR codes with Rebrandly

SignUp Now 

Not to worry, Rebrandly generates a QR code with every link shortened.

Here's how to create a QR code from your short link in the Rebrandly platform:

Step 1: Log in to your Rebrandly account.

Step 2: Go to the link you want to transfer to a QR code and hover over it

Step 3: Click share


Step 4: Click the QR code symbol


A QR code will be downloaded to your device.

Option 2 - How to create a QR code in Rebrandly

You can also view the QR code for every branded link you create simply by adding .QR to the end of your branded link. You will then get a displayed version in the .PNG format. Here's how it's done:

Step 1: Add ".QR" to the end of a Rebrandly branded link

Try it out: 

Here is the branded link for this article:

By simply adding ".qr" to the end of this link, you'll get the QR code to this link.

Paste this in your search bar:

 A QR code will automatically show up on the browser page. 


NOTE: In case you need to download the SVG version of the QR code add this query parameter to the branded link ".qr?type=svg"

Paste this in your search bar:

A QR code in SVG format will be automatically downloaded to your computer.


To learn more about QR codes check out this article that talks about how to use QR codes to measure marketing efforts. 

rebrandly url shortener

Create a QR code with every link

Manage links and QR codes with Rebrandly

SignUp Now

QR Code Licence and Trademark
QR Code is registered trademark of DENSO WAVE INCORPORATED." This registered trademark applies only for the word “QR Code”, and not for the QR Code pattern (image). NO FEES, no licensing contract or specific permission is due to the inventor of the QR code both for personal or commercial usage. More info here:

This Article is About:

  • How to create QR Codes
  • Bitly QRcodes
  • Bitly QRcode
  • QR code
  • QR codes
  • Custom Short URLs
  • QR codes from Short URLs
  • QR codes and branded links

See Also: 


Have more questions? Submit a request


Please sign in to leave a comment.