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Image Editor

Tag Types

Last updated by Rachel Cohen on March 10, 2019 23:23

The ThingLink image editor provides 9 tag formats to help you find the right layout for your tag content. Below you will find an image and description of each tag type. 

The first tag provides all the basics. Add title, subtitle, body text, a link, image(s), and an audio file. 

This tag keeps the focus on your image. Enter body text to caption your image in an overlay. You can add multiple images for a gallery experience or an audio file to narrate.

The third tag is for text and link and audio only. Let the text take center stage with a tag that has no distractions.

This tag gives your text more visual interest. Add an image to act as the background layout. This tag also allows for an audio file.

This tag creates a shoppable experience on your image. Add information and images of your product and include a link to the e-retail page. Use this to create shoppable marketing. 

This tag is for displaying YouTube videos. Just copy the video link and paste it into the link field for an embedded video.

The next tag allows you to embed a ThingLink 360 image so that it is interactive within the tag. 

The embed tag is the best way to add third-party content. Copy and paste an embed code into your tag to create interactive experiences within your tag.

The final tag is the tour or transition tag. This tag, when clicked, takes the viewer away from the current image, an on to the page of another ThingLink image, video, or 360 image. Use this tag to move from one creation to another and use the label field to tell viewers where the tag will take them.