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In this section of the Billit website, you will find manuals and explanations about all the features in Billit. You can find help articles using the search function or through the menu structure on the left which follows the menu-structure in Billit.

QR codes

A QR code is an image consisting of a unique combination of square blocks. You can read the QR code with a QR code scanner (which is now standardly built into the camera function of your smartphone). When you scan the code, you are redirected to an online location (e.g., a website). You can also use a QR code to link to a payment method or to transmit all the data for a payment without having to type it in.

In Billit, you will find three types of QR codes:

  • EPC QR code

    EPC QR-code

    The EPC QR code is created according to the guidelines of the European Payments Council Quick Response Code and can be used to initiate a SEPA transfer (SCT). You use it by scanning it with your banking app on your smartphone (or tablet). After scanning, you have a filled-out transfer form that you can execute through your banking app. The code is used in Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany, Austria, and Finland.

    The EPC QR code is supported by Argenta, ASN, Belfius, Bunq, BNP Paribas Fortis, ING, KBC, Knab, SNS, and VDK.

    In Billit, the EPC QR code works in 2 directions.

    - Receive payment: The QR code is automatically placed on an invoice if the integration with Payconiq or Mollie is not activated. Your customers can use it to pay your invoices. If you prefer not to have this QR code on your invoice, simply remove the key for the QR code ($Order.PaymentQR$) from the layout of your invoice.

    - Make a payment: You will see this QR code when you select one or more invoices in the 'Expenses' menu, click on 'Pay,' and then choose the QR code icon. Scan the QR code with your banking app to pay the invoice. You can find more information in the article on payment possibilities in Billit.