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Embedding a SmartSlides Slideshow

How to Embed SmartSlides Slideshows into Your Gallery!

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Written by Gavin
Updated over a week ago

How to Embed a SmartSlides Slideshow

To get started, you'll first need to have a SmartSlides account. While embedding slideshows is included in all CloudSpot plans, building them on SmartSlides requires a separate membership.

Once you have your account, to add a SmartSlides Slideshow to your gallery, visit your gallery settings by clicking on the collection in your Collection Dashboard, and then clicking Galleries & Apps at the top right. Next, click โ€œSettingsโ€ next to the gallery you'd like to embed a slideshow.

Next, scroll down to the bottom the "General" tab in your gallery settings to access the "Embed Media" section.

Finally, head over to SmartSlides and copy the URL for the slideshow you'd like to embed. Take that link and paste it into the SmartSlides section on CloudSpot. Then, click Save Gallery!

Note: You must use the default SmartSlides URL when adding the link to your Gallery settings. (i.e.

BOOM! You're Done! ๐ŸŽ‰ ๐ŸŽ‰

โœจ F.A.Q. โœจ

Q: Can I password-protect my slideshows on SmartSlides?

A: With a Pixellu subscription, you can password-protect your slideshows! You can enable the password in your slideshow settings in edit view.

This is what your clients will see when they first access their CloudSpot gallery:

Q: Can clients download my video?

A: With a Pixellu subscription, your clients can download their beautiful slideshow right from their CloudSpot gallery! You can enable downloads in the video settings on SmartSlides You can also create a Download PIN so only your clients can download the video, just like on CloudSpot ๐Ÿ˜„

This is how that would work in your gallery:

If you have any questions or need additional help, feel free to contact us in the chat bubble in the lower right-hand corner of your dashboard. We're always happy to help!

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