After delivering an impressive presentation, people walk up to you and request to have a copy of your presentation. Taking down everybody’s email address and then emailing them your presentation might not be the best way to go about this, especially when you can use TagMyDoc instead.
TagMyDoc is a web service that helps you share your documents with people quickly and more conveniently. The site lets you upload and tag digital documents; it then generates download URLs for these documents. The URL is encoded into a QR code that you can share with smartphone owners. People who own a smartphone can easily scan the code and download your document.
At the time of a presentation, you can simply provide everybody with the presentation’s QR code for them to download the file later. You can also set a password for files. Downloads of your files are tracked and displayed on the dashboard. The site offers free as well as premium packages; to try out the service, you should check out the free package that supports individual file uploads of 2MB and provides an overall storage space of 1GB after you sign up for an account.
File formats that you can upload to the site include jpg, tiff, png, bmp, gif, doc, docx, ppt, pptx, and pdf.
- A user-friendly web service.
- Lets you upload documents.
- Generates QR codes to download documents.
- Supports various file formats.
- Lets you organize uploaded documents into folders.
- Similar tools: QRHacker, Zxing Decoder Online, TrakQR and Qodify.
Check out: TagMyDocs