Using video in conjunction with multimedia content will help Project manager create a compelling and interactive offer! Learn how to add video easily using the sources YouTube or Vimeo.


  1. Go to your Offer and select the media content icon.

💡 PRO TIP: Click CTRL and the icon at the same time to go straight into full edit mode:

2. Give your video product a name. This is mandatory.

You can always hide the heading from the offer by selecting the "Hide heading" checkbox when you have added your video. We strongly recommend hiding the heading so that the video appears in full width. The video itself speaks volumes and it looks a lot better without the heading!

3. Copy the YouTube or Vimeo url.

See below an example in YouTube. Right click on the video and select to "copy video url".

4. Click "add video" in Qondor and paste the link.

5. Consider adding text, or leave this section blank if you only want to display the video.

📌 Remember to check the checkbox "Hide heading" so that it doesn't appear in the Offer.

6. Click Save or Alt+S to save your video input.

Once a video has been added into your offer, a video icon will be visible to indicate this, so that it is easy to see where video has been added in the offer.

Here's how it will look! 😍👇

Screenshot from an Offer being viewed in Desktop mode.

Note 1: The video will automatically adapt to mobile and tablet screens so your Offer will always look great with video!

Note 2:

YouTube is often used to showcase videos in a network and include in advertising, while Vimeo is often used if you do not want to have recommended videos or similar.

Depending on the terms of the services, it may cost money to use these services, or they may be free to view ads. These services have their own terms and conditions, so please ensure you check these and use video material appropriately. Qondor enables the option to include videos from these sources and is not responsible for how these services work.

Youtube terms for embedding a YouTube video: "Embedding a YouTube video is legal, as long as the video being embedded is not an infringing video in itself." Source:

Helpful resources:

Youtube terms of service

Vimeo terms of service

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