If you are perpetually careless (also due to the overwhelming routine, let’s face it) and therefore continue to forget the password of your Wi-Fi network, you might want to transform the latter into a QR Codeas well as possibly having guests log in quickly this way.
Well, as also indicated by SlashGear, doing this is actually very simple. In fact, there are portals that allow you to generate a QR code “on the fly”. capable of containing “hidden text”. You have therefore probably already guessed how you can take advantage of this possibility: you just need to type the credentials of your Wi-Fi network as “hidden text”, in order to then allow them to be scanned.
A portal that allows you to do this is, for example, the one called QRCode Monkey. Once you reach the latter, all you need to do is select the “WIFI” itempresent at the top right, so that you can then enter the SSID (network name), password and indications relating to the standard used (for example, WPA/WPA2).
After that, you can possibly customize the QR Code in terms of design, from the colors to any logo to insert. You can then also choose to resize the final result, finally proceeding to the download in PNG format or in the other methods allowed by the portal. Subsequently, you could clearly think of printing everything and trying to scan it using any device.