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Links & embeds in custom domains Business

With the Kuula Business subscription, links to all your tours and photos will be available under your own domain.

You can find more information about the Business subscription plan & features on our pricing page. If you want to get started with using your own domain, please refer to this tutorial on how to setup the DNS to point to Kuula servers.

After your domain is properly configured and your Business subscription is activated, you can follow the steps below to copy and share branded links to your 360 content.

Getting branded links

When you click Share on a photo/tour page, in the dialog that appears, you will see that the direct link uses your own domain:

If you would like to create a more customized link and still use your own domain, please read the "Customized links" section below.

Please note that only your own photos and tours are available under your domain. If you wish to share other people's content - the link will point to

If, for any reason, you need the direct link to use the domain - you can use the Switch to domain link.

Embed codes

You will also have the possibility to generate embed codes using your own domain. You can use such code in the same way as you would a regular kuula embed code - to insert on web pages, blogs or listings. Simply click on Embed in the dialog above, and you will see that the embed code available on this page also uses your domain:

Same as with direct links, you can switch back to default kuula domain by using the Use link.

Customized links

With the Export Editor you can not only create embed codes, but you can also create direct links using all the same custom parameters, such as custom logo, auto rotation and others.

All you need to do, is to customize the player using the Export Editor settings and the copy the Link instead of the embed code:

And that's all you need to do to share links to your tours and photos under your own domain!

If you want to start using your own domain today, please follow the instructions in this tutorial. The first step is to setup the DNS to point to Kuula servers.