You can add the values manually to a database. However, it won’t always be time-efficient to do so. Adding values this way can be done at any time, even after importing values from a file or auto-filling them. Simply navigate to the database you wish to add value to, go to the “Add” tab, and manually enter your barcode value and response.
Importing the values from a CSV or TXT file will be useful if the code values exist already, as we’ve shown. However, if you have a web developer on staff, they can make use of our codeREADr API to automatically insert values and responses from other web apps and integrations.
Auto-fill is a good option if you want to generate values for your barcodes. Also, you can use these to print these codes. After filling the database, export a CSV file full of these values and codes, and send them to be printed. However, if you already have codes you want to scan, do not use auto-fill.