Hello there! We are extremely happy to announce a new era of TourDash: add-on system! We’ve been working on this for a while and finaly are ready to present this great functionality! From now on you can add new features to your tour. The first available add-on is a Table Booking. With its help you can provide a system of table bookings in your restaurant/cafe/etc right inside the tour. No need to go.
Hello everybody! Today is the time for our regular column – TourDash tour of the month. As usually we’ve carefully investigated all the tours made during the last four weeks. And we are happy to present you the winner: HL Smith Transmissions LTD tour. HL Smith Transmissions LTD is the UK’s leading independent remanufacturer of heavy duty drivetrain units for HGV trucks, PSV bus & coach, military vehicles & selected light commercial.
Hello there! Have you ever seen a virtual tour of an event? We’ve got used to the posibility to have an online visit to shops, restaurants, hotels etc. But what about events? Isn’t it a huge marketing instrument to promote a festival, conference, concert, perfomance or any other occasion? I’m sure it is. Let me show you a great example of such tour – Kendal Calling Festival. At least, an.
Hello dear TourDashers! Every day we get a lot of technical questions which once have been already nicely in a detailed way answered in our blog. So we’ve decided to collect all the technical posts into one helpful digest. And it’s just down here in this post! Please bookmark it somehow for your own convinience! Let’s go! Custom colors In conjunction with custom markers for dynamic hotspots and custom fonts you can get a unique design.
Hello everybody! As usual we’ve found the best tour made the last month and want to share it with you. Hope this column helps you find some interesting solutions for your own tours or just be in connection with TourDash community. This month winner is Raemdonck Ramen tour. We like this tour most of all because of one nice dodge – the photo of all company team straight on the first screen. Usualy.
Hello there! It’s not a secret that a nice looking and informative virtual tour sells your product easier. No matter if it’s a real estate, restaurant, shop or event, the more interesting your tour is the more clients you attract through it. Here is 10 tips how to make a stunning virtual tour that sells. Organizing the area 1. Choose locations that will be represented in a tour. Don’t try to accommodate.
Hello there! This time the winner of our monthly competition is the School of Rock tour. This is a nice 3d tour with short and informative hotspots and embed video. Would you like to sit down at a virtual drum set? Check this out: Tour made by aardvark360.co.uk Need help? Visit support.tourdash.com for all of our documentation. If you want to talk to us directly, you can reach out to us by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll.
Hello there! If you haven’t noticed yet there is a new “Tour settings” tab in a TourDash editor. Now you can set an appearance of your Google virtual tour. For example you can turn off a mouse wheel scroll zoom or adjust visibility of Google panoramas’ controls. For instance it’s possible to hide all the controls and allow the dragging only with the help of the mouse. We’re going to add.
Hello everybody! How are you doing? We’ve found an absolutely amazing tour – Deer Park Country House Hotel. It undoubtedly wins as the best TourDash tour of the month. I don’t even know from what to begin its description. Great design of Boundary hotspots, three types of Dynamic hotspots, custom colors and fonts, videos, photo galleries… You better watch it yourselves! We’re always keeping an eye out for the tours to find.
Hello Tourdashers! It has been a while since the last time we published some technical posts. In today’s post we explain how to merge several images into a dynamic carousel. This functionality can be useful in many areas – real estate and hotels, restaurants and shops, etc. To edit TourDash tour CSS-styles, you should have access to the CSS panel. It’s located on a “Labs” editor tab. If you don’t.