How To Use Google Analytics to Track 360 Photo Traffic

Google Analytics is the most popular way for websites to track and understand their traffic. Supporting SeekBeak plans allow you to integrate into this amazing platform, allowing you to track your 360 photo traffic like you would any other page on your website. How To Track A Single …

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Upgrading Your Account

Upgrading your Account in SeekBeak is simple! Open the Team Settings Menu in the top right dropdown in the Dashboard. From here, you’ll be able to see  Subscription and Payment Details, as well as Invoices from past months. Choose the Subscription option to go to our plan options …

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How to Animate a Hotspot in Your 360 Image

How to Animate a Hotspot A great way to draw some attention to your Hotspots is by adding an animation to the Hotspot. You can do this by clicking the Animate button in the “More” section of a Hotspot’s menu. From here you get two animation options: Seesaw …

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How to Add A Map / Floor Plan to Your 360 Photo

Did you know you can add floor plans, maps, or other 2d images to help people navigate through your 360 photo or virtual tour? We call them Maps and they are easy to add to your groups of photos. Viewers can use it to help understand where they …

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Custom Zenith and Nadir Patches for 360 Photos

Adding a patch to the very bottom (Nadir) or the very top (Zenith) can be a great way to add some subtle branding to your 360 photo or cover up your tripod from when you shot the image. Read the guide below or watch the video to see …

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How to Group Your 360 Photos Together

While you don’t need to organize your Snaps by group, it’s a handy feature for keeping track of groups of photos, or photos from a single location that you’re making a tour out of! Remember, groups are mainly just for personal organization, you’re able to link any Snap …

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How to Upload a 360 Photo to SeekBeak

Uploading a 360 Photo is easy in SeekBeak. Once you’ve logged in, click the “Plus” icon in the top right of the Snaps screen.   You can drag and drop a file or use our file browser to find it on your computer. Make sure your image is …

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How do I Embed My 360 Image in a Website?

Embedding your 360 Photo in a website is very easy thanks to Seekbeak’s handy embed code. Click the share button at the bottom of the Snap, choose the “link” icon, and this window will open with the embed code window. You can now embed your Snap anywhere else …

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