The next step after creating your virtual tour is to decide how you want others to see it.
You can choose to share it only with specific people,or you can make it available for a wider audience to view. In this extension,you will digitally share your virtual tour with a classmate or with a wider audience.
To begin, sign in to your Google account and go back to your original project.
You might want to keep your tour private and only share it with specific people.
This way of sharing makes sense if your tour tells a personal story that you only want toshare with specific people you trust, or if you are still developing the tour and you want onlya few classmates or your teacher to see it and provide feedback before sharing it more widely.
To share with a specific person, enter their email address.
You can add more than one person by separating the email addresses with commas.
To access the tour, they will have to sign into their Google account.
They will get an email with a link to open and view the tour.
If you wish to share your tour with a wider audience,make it available so that anyone with the link can access it without needing to login. But before sharing it this way, consider the topic in your virtual tour.
Depending on your tour’s topic, it may contain personal information, or information you only wantcertain people to know, like friends and family. Making your virtual tour available to anyone whohas the link is useful if you want to share it on your website, blog, email, or social media.
Now, it’s your turn: Share your virtual tourwith a classmate or teacher, and Share it with a wider audience.
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Tell Your Personal Story with Google Tour Builder
Create a personal tour about your life using Google Tour Builder.