In UpKeep, we support UPC and QR codes for Assets and Parts. You can easily check-in and scan out parts from your inventory by using the camera on your phone to read its barcode.

TIP: We also have a free, external QR code Generator here!

By default, UpKeep will generate a QR code for you from the web application when information is entered in the barcode section. With your QR code, you can download and save your QR codes or download them as labels (in Avery 1” x 2 5/8” format).

Most customers tend to laminate the QR codes or print them onto a label and place them onto assets or parts. UpKeep also has a partnership with Camcode where you can purchase discounted asset tags.

TIP: Already have a QR code that you’d like to use? You can still add the barcode number to the asset or part. While this QR code won’t look exactly the same, if you scan either QR code, it’ll pull up the same asset/part.

How to Create a Random QR Code

If your assets don't have any barcode numbers associated with it, UpKeep will randomly generate a barcode number for you and create a QR code using those barcode numbers.


  1. Navigate your Assets section

  2. Click on the 3 dots on the top right

  3. Select Download QR Codes

  4. Click on Download & Generate

How to Download QR Codes to Print As Labels (in Avery 1” x 2 5/8” format)

The exported PDF will print to 1” x 2 5/8” sized labels. This format prints on Avery Template Presta 94200 but is compatible with the following Avery template types:

Here is a screenshot of how it'll look once downloaded:


  1. Go to your Assets Page

  2. Click on the 3 dots on the top right

  3. Select Download QR Codes

  4. Then click on Download Labels!

Additional Notes on Downloading Labels:

  • The following fields can be exported:

    • Location name

    • Barcode number

    • Asset name

  • Up to:

    • 30 QR codes can fit per page

    • 5,000 + QR codes can be exported at a time (at least for now)

  • If an asset does not have a barcode, then it simply will not display when exporting.

    • See the section above (How to Create a Random QR Code) on how to add random barcodes/QR codes to your assets so they can be downloaded onto a label

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