When is this useful?

Maybe you have to make a virtual tour of a sprawling compound, with multiple buildings inside of it. Building it all as a single tour might make the experience laggy for a lot of your viewers, especially if they're using a mobile device with a slow connection.

For those instances, we would recommend you make a tour for each building, then link them together with labels.

This is also useful whenever you want to add a little style to your tours. Maybe you built a tour for a hotel, and they have a map displayed in their lobby. You can add little icons to that map so that, if the viewer clicks on them, it will take them to that part of the tour.

1. Publish your tour without the label first

2. Open your published tour, and navigate to the spot & angle you want the viewer to jump to upon clicking the label

3. Copy the URL, then trim out the first part so you're left with something like:

position=YOURPOSITION&rotation=YOURROTATION

4. Back in the tour editor, add a new label, and under Link To, type:

teleport://position=YOURPOSITION&rotation=YOURROTATION

5. Republish your tour, and when your viewer clicks on that label, they'll now be taken to the spot you linked to

1. Publish the tour you want to link to

2. Open your published tour, and navigate to the spot & angle you want the viewer to jump to upon clicking the label

3. Copy the entire URL

4. In your second tour, go to the tour editor, add a new label, and under Link To paste the URL

5. (Optional) Have the link open in the same tab, for a more seamless experience

6. Publish your tour, and when your viewer clicks on that label, they'll now be taken to the other tour you linked to

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