Whether you intend to publish your experience in the Atlas or not, it is best practice to add a description and upload an image on your Experience's info. That way, people can see information about your experience even if you only share a link to it.
The Edit Atlas Info dialog
Before adding information for your experience, please read and review Sansar's Atlas Publishing Guidelines and make sure that your experience and its information are compliant with the guidelines.
|The Edit Atlas Info button on the My Experiences app allows you to add information about your experience and publish it in the Atlas.|
To add a description, upload an image, or change the name of your experience, click Edit Atlas Info . This opens the experience info dialog.
|The experience info dialog.|
By default, the experience info dialog allows you to change the experience name, description, and image. Once an image has been uploaded, a dropdown menu appears in the dialog that allows you to publish or unpublish an experience in the Atlas. For more information, see Publish an Experience in the Atlas.
Choose an appropriate name for your experience. Note that changing this name also changes the experience's URL, which can cause the previous URL to stop working. However, changing the name of the scene that the experience is linked to does not change the URL.
Enter a brief description of the experience in the Description field. If you wish to include any tags, such as "Work in progress" or a last-updated timestamp, we recommend placing them in the description rather than the title. That way, when a tag is removed or changed the experience URL is unaffected.
Select an appropriate image to represent your experience and draw the attention of potential visitors. Make sure to follow the guidelines set forth in the Atlas Publishing Guidelines.
The experience details page
The experience details page provides information about your experience so that visitors know what to expect when they visit. You can access an experience details page in Sansar by clicking an experience's image in the Atlas. You may also access the page on the Sansar website or through a link that a creator or other user has shared with you.
Notes: If you edit the information or image for an experience that is currently live and published in the Atlas, your edits are automatically pushed to the Atlas when you press Save.
|The experience details page as seen from within Sansar.|
|The experience details page as seen from a web browser.|