Google has added the ability to share web pages via QR codes in Chrome 88.
The feature has been available for some time, but is now available to anyone using the desktop version of Google Chrome.
You can access the feature by clicking on the address bar or by right-clicking on the top of the webpage as shown in the pictures.
Images can also be shared via QR codes.
Create a QR Code in an image
and you are ready:
Most smartphone photo applications now have built-in automatic QR code scanning, which means that opening your phone's camera app and pointing it at your screen will open the URL.
It's nice that Google has officially added support for QR Code in Chrome, but until everyone can use these images with a built-in technology, they may not be as useful.
I still believe that the simplest approach to sharing a web page is to add a simple "share" button like Android has.