Smart Scan is a very powerful feature. It allows you to configure filter sets that enable your app-users to capture just the right barcode when in the right context.
It’s important to learn the filters, filter sets, context, and matches.
First, you can create a barcode filter with a preset configuration. For example, when the app’s camera view is open to read barcodes, it captures the right barcodes as they match. The barcodes within the camera view must have some definable context, such as the barcode types in the view. Also, you can embed the data on those barcodes (suffix, prefix, etc.).
In some cases, you’ll need more than one barcode filter depending on the context. Those filter sets work together to ensure the correct match in that view. Also, you may need a set of matches because the app may display different camera views, each with its own context and filter sets.