Egowall Public Spaces (Part 1): Visiting a Public Space

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This is the first of a two-part blog series in which we will explain what Egowall Public Spaces are and walk you through the process of visiting, creating, and sharing them.

An Egowall Public Space: Egowall's Photo Gallery

An Egowall Public Space: Egowall’s Photo Gallery

What is an Egowall Public Space?

Public Spaces are 3d environments which any Egowall user can create and share.

What makes them special? Anyone using a web browser can enter a public space you share and check out your creation. You don’t need an account with Egowall to visit a public space. 

And soon, all public spaces will be searchable within Egowall and via your favorite search engine.

Visiting a Public Space

You might come across a public space through a shared URL on social media, or perhaps an Egowall user will share a link to a space with you directly.

Check our Twitter, Facebook and Google+ feeds as well for links to some of our favorite public spaces.

Each week, we share featured public spaces with the world. Just click the URL and your web browser will do the rest. Give it a shot now:

OK, I’m in. Now what?

Existing Egowall users can give photos thumbs up or down, and comment on them. In the future we’ll expand the functionality and level of control users have when visiting a public space.

If you haven’t yet joined Egowall, explore the space and check out the cool decorations, customizations and constructions the owner of the space has made.

We’ll present you with an opportunity to sign up when you are ready to get more interactive with Egowall.


Try it out now! And be sure to check out the second blog post in the series – Creating and Sharing Public Spaces

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