Embedding the A360 Viewer

Show off your Model to Anyone by Embedding the A360 Viewer

Sharing complex files can be challenging, and viewing them once received can be even more difficult, especially when the files require you to download software to view them. Did you know you can show off your complex models on your website by embedding the A360 viewer into your website? Easily embed your models and projects from your A360 account by embedding the A360 viewer into any HTML compatible website, blog post, or email.

Please note: you must have an A360 or A360 Team account to embed your models and files on 3rd party sites.

Below is an example of the embedded viewer showing a complete Revit building model:

To share your immersive file views of 2D and 3D drawings and models, click the share button in the immersive view in A360 Team:

Embedding the A360 Viewer

Click the Share option in the dropdown menu:

Embedding the A360 Viewer

After you’ve clicked the Share option, choose Embed in the popup dialog, and determine the size of the viewer you would like to embed:

Embedding the A360 Viewer

 

Copy and paste the embed code wherever you would like the viewer to appear.

If you’ve only used the free A360 Viewer, or A360 Drive, your sharing functionality will be limited to link sharing. To embed your own models or files on a website, email, or blog, you will need an A360 account (free or paid version). .

This unique feature can be used to show off models in project galleries, customer emails, or portfolio pages and allows viewers to interact with your model, just as you can in A360 Team.

Have questions about embedding files with A360? Join us in the forums.

Elizabeth Katzki

Elizabeth Katzki is a Marketing Specialist for A360.

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5 replies
  1. Mike
    Mike says:

    Hi Elizabeth,

    When I try to embed the code in a weebly website, it shows unauthorized access to my model.

    Am I doing something wrong?

    Thanks.

    Regards,
    Jeremy

    Reply

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