Virtual Tours have come a long way in a short time. We’re always adding new “I-can’t-imagine-life-without-this” features. The new grouping feature is one of those. It’s available right in VR Maker and VR Editor, and it’s just another way we’re making it even easier for you to manage your virtual tour creations.
So if you’re not yet familiar with this feature, here’s a run-down of the top 3 reasons why you should start grouping your Virtual Tours:
1. Before/After You Work Your Magic
There’s no better way of getting a “wow!” reaction from your customers than showing before/after visuals of renovations or decorations. Now, instead of showcasing 3 or 4 Virtual Tours and jumping through different web pages to do this, simply group all of them into one. Maximize the impact of showing the before/after results all in one go.
2. Better on So Many Levels
When you’re capturing a Virtual Tour of a building with more than one floor, you may end up with pieces here and there. We get it. And that’s why grouping both simplifies and improves your work. Chez Nous Hotel is a perfect example of how grouping can clean up messy Virtual Tours and enhance the user experience. Just click on different virtual tours rather than scroll through a lot of web pages.
3. Put Out A VR Album
Ah…reliving your memories of a fun trip. What better way to do this than in VR with 360° panoramas. It’s just like sharing photo albums with family and friends, but now the storytelling is more vivid and richer than ever before. Group your virtual tours together to create your own 360° image album and take a stroll (or run!) down memory lane.
The grouping feature does a lot of the hard work for you. It brings everything together in one place to maximize customer engagement. So check it out and take it for a spin.
P.S. If you’re not hosting Virtual Tours on iStaging yet, see what you’ve been missing out!