Panoramas are private by default. A Panorama needs to be made public before it can be shared or embedded. Click the Make Public button.
Click the Share button to bring up different share options.
To directly share your 360 Panorama, copy the link provided under the Direct Link tab and paste it to wherever you're sharing it. This would be the link to use for sharing to a Facebook page or other social media sites.
Click on the E-mail tab. Click the Send E-mail button to open the default mail application on your computer (Outlook, OS X Mail, Thunderbird, etc.). Click the copy button if your primary e-mail is a web-based e-mail (Gmail.com, Outlook.com, Yahoo.com, etc.). This will copy the text to your clipboard. Go to your web based e-mail client and start a new email. Then paste the text to add it to your new email.
Click on the Embed tab. Then copy the HTML code from the output field and paste it where you want to on your website's source code or provide the code to your webmaster so that they can add it to your website.
Embed on ChiefTalk
On the Embed tab, press the ChiefTalk button. Click on the code to select it then press the copy button. Then paste the code into your ChiefTalk post. ChiefTalk will automatically embed the Panorama once you submit your post.
Embed on a WordPress blog
On the Embed tab. Press the WordPress button. Click on the code to select it then press the copy button. Then go to your WordPress page. In the WordPress page editor, be sure to use the Text editor instead of the Visual Editor. Then paste the code where you want it on your WordPress page.
Note: Embedding 360 Panoramas only works with Self-Hosted WordPress sites. Sites hosted on WordPress.com will not be able to embed 360 Panoramas.