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Add a 3D object to a SharePoint space

3d object web part  

1.  If you're not already in edit mode, at the top right of your space, select Edit.

2.  On the canvas, select the circled + icon.

3.  Select 3D Object.

4.  Click to place the web part anywhere on the structure (floor).

5.  In the file picker, select the 3D object file you'd like to use. Select Open.

Note: For a list of file types supported in SharePoint, see File types supported for previewing files in OneDrive, SharePoint, and Teams.

6.  Select the web part, and then select the pencil icon. This opens the property panel.

7.  (Optional) Select and enter Alternate text.

8.  (Optional) If you want a podium to appear below the object, select Show podium. To set the distance between the 3D object and the podium, use the Height from podium slider.

9.  Select Save as draft or Publish.

Note: For guidance on sizing and placing web parts, see Add and use web parts in a SharePoint space.

Add actions to a 3D object

Actions make web parts interactive. You can select actions while editing your web part. After you save your space as a draft or publish it, they become interactive. Adding actions is optional.

1.  While editing, select the object web part, and then select the pencil icon. This opens the property panel. Scroll down to Actions.

2.  Select Add action.

  • When you select the web part, the On trigger action occurs.

  • When you right-click (mouse) or long-press (controller), More actions appears.

Object options

Note: For this web part, Inspect (brings the web part closer) is the default On trigger action. To change this, select ... > Delete. To configure More actions, select Add action, and then select ... (ellipsis). To re-order the actions, drag them into the order you want.

3.  For the On trigger action or More actions, select from the following:

  • Inspect: Brings the web part closer. Options for inspect mode are:

    • Use scene orientation: This option brings an object forward using its orientation within the scene instead of the orientation defined in its 3D model file. 

    • Constrain object rotation: This option allows rotation only around the object's vertical axis. This can be simpler for users and may be used to ensure visually appealing angles.

  • Link to another space: Opens a linked SharePoint space.

  • Play audio: Plays an attached audio file.

  • Link to a page or item: Opens a linked URL (for example, a SharePoint page, a public website).

4.  (Optional) Enter a Description.

5.  To try out your actions, select Save as draft or Publish.

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