Content checklist

Use this interactive page as your scratch pad to create a Planpoint viewer.

Before you start

This checklist is designed to guide you through a successful Planpoint launch, from planning and preparation to execution and post-launch tips.

The first thing you will need is a folder where you can save all the content at the same place. Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive.

A rendering or an image of your building

The required format is JPG. The maximum weight is 1MB, anything under is better. Images should not exceed 1000px horizontally.

  • Use your top money-shot for this image
  • If you have a multi-phase project, use a bird's eye-view of the project as a whole for the group image. View example.
  • If you wish to use our 360° project feature, gather a the best shots from all around the building

PRO TIP: Vertical images will look better than horizontal images, just like the one below:

The floor plates for all floors of your building

Each of them need to be separated for each floor and saved in JPG format. Consider adding the following elements to give a better experience to your clients:

  • Compass
  • Landscaping
  • Parking area
  • Streets and directions
  • Nature features like rivers, mountains, etc.
  • Design cleaned out of construction or architectural details

Here's a good example:

All unit layout plans

Each unit or model must be separated into two different files:

  • One jpg version for the plan viewer. This is the first thing you see while looking at a particular unit.
  • One PDF version for the download PDF feature on every unit

When units span more than one floor, the PDF can be saved with multiple pages, but the jpg version of the same unit must be separated into multiple images (they will appear as a gallery).

The unit list

You must have your unit list with all important information such as unit number, model, size, number of rooms, price, availability, etc.

We provide a template that you can download and use as the basis for your unit list. Pleaseview the video belowto understand how to setup the proper format.

Optional: interior renderings

Planpoint allows you to add images in a gallery in JPG format. Please resize your images to max 1800px horizontally and no more than 1MB per image. Images that are compressed will appear faster for your clients. We recommend free tools such as TinyJPG and Squoosh.

Here's some ideas of what you can display:

  • interiors of units like kitchen, bathroom, dining room, bedroom
  • exterior views from the point of view of each unit
  • common areas

Optional: 3D tours

Planpoint allows you to add 3D toursfor each units or models in your project. We offer two different technologies for this. The base 3D tour is the one below, which any 3D artist can create in typical rendering software.

The second one is the next-gen 3D tour which allows for measurements, dynamic elements and choice of finishes.

Contact us to learn more.