[3.10.2021] Introduction of EDIT TOUR for Tour Paths and Floor Plans

The following is an introduction to the feature released on 3.10.2021.

A new feature has ben added to enhance the user interface for creating Tour Paths and Floor Plans. While the existing interfaces are still available we hope you will find this new user interface more intuitive and easier to set the return path when creating a Tour Path.

Introduction of Edit Tour

A buttonEdit_tour.png has been placed in the upper right corner of the tour creation screen.

This interface will allow you to more easily create Tour Paths and Floor Plans.  Tour Paths will display your return path for you. Edit Tours allow you to:


Setting up a Tour Path

In the past, each image was selected individually, and the tour path was set in only one direction.

Four points that have been improved

  • Tour path can now be set for all images on a single screen.
  • You can now set a bi-directional tour path at the same time.
  • At a glance you can if an image has a path set.
  • You can remove a tour path by dragging to the trash can.

Creating a Tour Path on a desktop.


Creating a Tour Path on mobile.


Uploading Images

You can upload images by dragging and dropping images saved on your computer or by selecting images from the Add button.



Sorting your images

Click on the Sort button to display the thumbnails of the images.
You can also change the order in which the thumbnails are displayed in the tour by dragging and dropping them.


Setting up a Floor Plan

A Floor Plan tab has been added to the tour editing screen.
You can now drag and drop thumbnail images to place them on the floor map.
It is quicker and more intuitive to use than previous releases.


Please click here to see how to set up a Tour Paths.
Web app: https://help.ricoh360.com/hc/en-us/articles/1500003588042


These are the features that have been updated in 3.10.2021.
We hope you will continue to use RICOH360 Tours to benefit your business.

Was this article helpful?

7 out of 7 found this helpful

Have more questions? Submit a request