Google Street View Virtual Tour Setup

Easy peasy setup after uploading 360 pictures.
Would actually help if camera’s orientation is consistent throughout the picture taking.
That means say the front lens is facing north, it is better if all pictures taken with same camera orientation.
No problem if camera is pointed different direction, just a bit more of additional re-orientation.

Steps as follow:

  1. Upload pictures
  2. Select pictures to appear in virtual tour
  3. Rearrange
  4. Reorient
  5. Connect
  6. Save

Sample tour of Little Monkeys Hamilton here.

Screen 01:
Screenshot_2019-05-25-21-42-02Tap camera icon

Screen 02:
Screenshot_2019-05-25-22-14-12Tap “Import 360 photos”

Screen 03:
Screenshot_2019-05-25-22-16-01Select photo(s) to upload

Screen 04:
Screenshot_2019-05-25-22-17-23Publish to upload

Screen 05:
Screenshot_2019-05-25-22-27-36Tap “Publish to Google Maps”

Screen 06:
Screenshot_2019-05-25-21-42-07Tap “Select photos and videos” menu

Screen 07:
Screenshot_2019-05-25-21-40-13Tap “Select all”

Screen 08:
Screenshot_2019-05-25-21-40-27Tap again menu

Screen 09:
Screenshot_2019-05-25-21-40-33Tap “Move and connect photos”

Screen 10:
Screenshot_2019-05-25-21-40-39Rearrange and connect photos

Screen 11:
Screenshot_2019-05-25-21-40-59Zoomed virtual tour, tap “check” to save

Screen 12:
Screenshot_2019-05-25-23-17-36

Screen 13:
Screenshot_2019-05-25-23-16-46

Screen 14:
Screenshot_2019-05-25-21-41-04 Saved tour, tap “VIEW” to taka a look

Screen 15:
Screenshot_2019-05-25-22-39-12Check tour by tapping the arrows

Notes:

A picture is worth a thousand words :)

Swipe at the top portion of the bottom picture to view around.
Swipe at the bottom to re-orient.
Try to get the pictures spot, orientation and connection correct on first publishing.
Seems like updates are not reflected correctly.

In GSV, arrows are clearly shown.
In Google Maps, it doesn’t show as I test in my Chrome browser.
GSV setup eventually maybe gets published to Google Maps.
Chosen to re-published again in Google Maps though.
Tapping on the location even without the arrows still seemed to work though.
So, cheers!