Connecting Product User Guides
“Have you read the product user guide?” is a favourite saying of mine. I get asked this question often when things aren’t working around the house. Let’s be honest. Only a small portion of us read user guides. This is true for electronic products or power tools and why connecting product user guides is important.
I spent a some time living in a Germanic country. Following rules is important. This includes user guides for products. Surely the a manufacturer knows what they are talking about.
Here is an example. I get my Suzuki Jimny 2014 model serviced every 6 months. I call it Thomy by the way. Thomy has always been returned with the tyre pressure above the manufacturer’s recommendation. Thomy is a 1 ton mini truck. It’s a lightweight. High tyre pressure means the optimum grip is not achieved amongst other things. This makes it dangerous because it is easy to lose traction. This is particularly true on wet road conditions.
The last thing anybody needs is a preventable accident or costly support. This is why connecting product user guides with NFC tags is not a bad idea. It comes down to safety and optimum product performance. Nobody wants flying metal bits that can cause injury.
What an NFC tag can do is conveniently connect you to information. In this case, the product user guide. There are 3 ways that I know on how to do this.
The Methods To Connecting Product User Guides
The methods below are a few ways on how you can connect product user guides with NFC tags. The process is not difficult. This requires you to download an NFC tool app. Download our partner’s app in Google Play. If you have any questions, send a message or visit the FAQ section.
The video shows the third method. Knowing what a product can and can’t do is important. Correct maintenance is as important. Tap your way to product information.