How to Add Hotspots to a Virtual Tour

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Hey guys in this video I’m going to teach you how to add hotspots to your virtual tour

1. Go to and,
2. Click get started.
3. Once you’re here, select some 360 photos to add to your virtual tour. My case goes right here and add these three photos. I’m going to name these photos before I get started with adding the Hotspots so I can know which photos I am adding the hotspots to they help me call it living room den and bedroom. Now because I had the living room selected this is what I see in this part of the image right?
4. So I can select set initial view so this is my first, this is where I will first begin viewing this room I can click link hotspot put the hotspot anywhere I want, so I’ll put it next to this door and I’ll have this hotspot go to the den.
5. Once I click that it’s automatically added to that hotspot linking.
6. Now when I go to my den here I am. I want to add two hotspots.
7. I want to go back to the living room I can click right here go back to the living room and one link to go back to the bedroom well it looks like I didn’t name this room so that’s why I need to press enter, there we go.
8. So with those hotspots added very quickly I can go to the bedroom my last hotspot edition set my initial view click hotspot back to the den area and once I click publish all my hotspots are added I log in to connect my account I want to upgrade I can’t right now I won’t and now you see in this living room right where I put that hotspot.
9. If I click right there the user will be able to tap or click there. I now have hotspots in each room connected to the other one and what’s cool about these hotspots is someone can also, if they want we’ll take out VR goggles tap the virtual reality mode and when someone puts the center dot no hands on to that they can actually travel to the next room you give it a hotspot hands-free which is really cool and fully submersible.

That’s how you add hotspot to your virtual tour with

How to Add Your Contact Information to a Virtual Tour

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Hey guys, in this video I’m going to teach you how to add your contact information to your virtual tour with a CloudPano.

(1.) Go to

Click let’s (2.) Get Started, you’ll be taken to the application and because I’m already logged in I see go to dashboard. Click go to dashboard and all my tours are going to pop up.

I’m going to go over here to the (3.) edit section click that button. This is a single image of a virtual tour that I created earlier for this demo.

When you click on (4.) tour properties you’ll see a drop-down you could (5.) add your name you can (6.) add your contact info 888 888 8888 and you can also (7.) add your email. Email me actually it’s and it goes to my email address and of course, you can (8.) name the tour.

Once you do that you’re in your contact information is added if you click (9.) Publish make sure I’m logged in here. Your information I’m going to exit out of this, congratulations you have published your virtual tour. Your contact info appear in the top left corner of this tour which you can totally customize as you move around the tour, as your user moves around the tour that contact info stays there so if you’re a listing agent a realtor or if your client is a broker or realtor trying to sell home had their information right there and as a viewer looks through the home in full 360 they’ll be able to quickly contact the correct person. You can take the communication to the next level.

Thank you for watching this video and let me know if you have any questions.

How to Add/Embed a 360 Virtual Tour to Your Website

With 360 virtual tour software, you can create a tour and upload it to your website or blog.

Use the embed link provided when you publish your 360 tour.

For Example:

Here is what a embed link looks like when you publish a virtual tour on the Cloud Pano 360 virtual tour software platform.

Code example:

<iframe src=”” width=”100%” height=”500″ allowfullscreen=”allowfullscreen”>

This is the code you need to add to your website or blog. And its the same code used above. If you want to customize the height of your embded virtual tour, change the pixel number following the “height=”. So in this example the heigth is 500 pixels high. You can change it to 600 by just changing the text to
height= “600”

You can make further adjustments based on your website needs and suggestions from your web developer.

Thanks for reading this post and publishing your Cloud Pano tour onto your website.
Talks soon,
Founder –

How to Upload 360 Photos for a Virtual Tour


Hey guys in this video I’m going to teach you how to upload a 360 photo to create a virtual tour with CloudPano.
Go to, click get started on the screen you’ll be taken to the app.
Once you’re here click select 360 photos. So, I’m going to upload one 360 photos from my files here, it grabs that photo and it centralizes the view so that as you scroll around you are in a complete 360 environment.
If you upload a photo which I want to show you that is not 360, it will look very strange. Here’s a picture of me and my son eating doughnuts. I upload that photo to the tour software, I clicked here and look at what it looks like it’s all stretched out and strange-looking here’s my son’s face eating the doughnut super excited. The problem with this photo is it’s not the correct ratio and dimensions so it looks really weird here’s my face right let’s go ahead and delete this photo.
When you upload a 360 photo in the CloudPano, it recognizes that photo, centralizes the viewer, and you can play with it and create a virtual tour set your initial view link hotspots and you create the appropriate 360 virtual tours.
Thank you for watching this video and let me know if you have any questions.

How To Create a 360 Virtual Tour In 3 Minutes With




“Hey guys in this video I’m going to teach you how to create a 360 virtual tour with CloudPano.
So, go to
Click ‘get started,’ you’ll be taken to the app. Then select 360 photos grab a few photos, Ill grab three, click open and those photos will be uploaded to the sidebar of your virtual tour software. On this sidebar, you can reorder the photos.
The first photo is the photo that your tour is starting off on, so if you look to this right area over here this big panel window is your viewer for each photo if you’re editing these. You can set the initial view for each photo. You can even change the room name to room 1, and change the next room name to room 2, the next room name to whatever you want, room 3 and if you want to go to that next photo on the sidebar you just need to click it and it will change that next room so I can set initial view right here I can go to room 1. I can link a hotspot very easily by just clicking that button then clicking that where I want to put the hotspot.
So, when I connect it to the other room, that hotspot will appear I can even preview the tour as well what it looks like so far so we got room 1 room to room 3 with a hotspot right there and it’s functioning preview and what should be next item as well you can also name your tour and what you’re going to want to do is all this demo or one and then also over here on the sidebar you have some properties you can add your name my name is Zach so if it named Zach my contact number 832 555 5555 number but you get the drift or point and you can even upload a logo as well and that’s the general gist of how to create a virtual tour.
Every time you pick a new room it starts over for the requirements to create a new hotspot so if I wanted to add hotspots of room 2 to room 1 and then to room 3 I have to individually add those it takes a couple clicks and you’re good to go. Now that I have this room on top room one that’s my starting room and I know what my initial view will be because this is a 360 photo so I have to pick where I want the photo to start off so I select set initial view and once I’m ready I select publish I’m going to log in to my Facebook account so I am using my account, in this case, I’m not going to upgrade I’m going to say no thanks I get my tour link right here I click that it’s automatically copied or I can go back to my dashboard where I can upgrade this to pro if I want to but for now I’m just going to exit out here’s my tour here it is full 360 and I can click the hot spots in good each room knows hot stuff that editor on those locations.
So, that’s what it’s like to create a 360 virtual tour with CloudPano.”