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Orientation on 360 Guide Tour

What to prepare for 360 Guide Tour?

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You are accessing the tour through https.
You are not in Incognito/Private mode browser window.
You gave permissions when prompted by the webpage to send push notifications.
See to it that all of these conditions are met.

Where and how to visit the 360 Guide Tour?

Casa Aguilar uses a scheduling platform for both clients and suppliers to connect through ocular visit, phone calls, Zoom online meeting or 360 Guide Tour (opening soon).
Another great concept to communicate with us virtually from remote areas aside from our scheduling platform. And the suppliers may take advantage of this new concept to boost engagement with their clients.
Taking you “by the hand” on a shared virtual tour with personal guidance. Synchronising where you look, you can take turns on controlling the virtual tour. Let you explore yourself or pick yourself back up anytime to follow our route and mimic our screen on yours.
This 360 Guide Tour is accessible on both desktop and mobile devices, so you can dial in from their mobile phones as well.

How to sign in access to the 360 Guide Tour?

Username: casaaguilar
Password: castmeetup2023

How to call us during 360 Guide Tour?

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You will only be able to call, when there is Casa Aguilar host logged in as such. As soon as the host logged in, any visitor of the 360 tour will see the option to "START LIVE SESSION" on the top of the screen.
When clicked, you will be asked to insert a name (this is cached, so you only have to insert that the first time). Upon clicking "Connect" you are calling in to the Live Session. Make sure to grant permission to your camera and microphone.
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When you first enter the tour, you’ll be prompted a welcome screen with instructions on the feature.
And that's it. Ready to explore, show, guide and talk – together.
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