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Use video from YouTube or Vimeo to create engaging and compelling landing pages

Nitu Kaur Sabbharwal avatar
Written by Nitu Kaur Sabbharwal
Updated over a week ago

If a picture says more than a thousand words, you can only imagine what a video does! Use videos from YouTube or Vimeo on your landing pages to make them more engaging and stand out.

Your customers will love this feature, especially if they already have video material they want to display to sell their events, get bookings and so on.


  1. Go to Form --> Form builder

  2. Hover over the video icon and drag it into the desired row in Form builder.

  3. Click edit

  4. Make sure the correct video source is selected. YouTube will be selected by default, so you can instantly paste a YouTube url. If you are embedding a Vimeo url, select Vimeo.

  5. Copy the url from either Vimeo or YouTube.

6. Paste the url into the field in Qondor.


Check Autoplay to have the video play automatically when the participant enters the form front page.

🔁Check Loop so that the video replays from the beginning once it reaches the end.

7. Click select to add the video.

8. Click save or use the keyboard shortcut Alt+S to save the video link.


If you are using Vimeo, you have the option to hide or display options over the video such as the title, like and share button. To customise these settings, this must be done in your Vimeo account.


  1. Log into your Vimeo account

  2. Go to advanced settings --> Embed

  3. Here you can choose what is displayed over your video.

    ℹ️ The settings must be enabled per video. There is currently no global setting in Vimeo to make this a standard.


Note 1: YouTube and Vimeo terms of service

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:

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Note 2: Autoplay limitations

Audio may be blocked with autoplay, this is controlled by your browser and is out of Qondor's control.

From Vimeo: Autoplay may be blocked in some environments, such as IOS, Chrome 66+, and Safari 11+. In these cases, we’ll revert to standard playback requiring viewers to initiate playback.

From Youtube: We don't allow autoplay on mobile devices.

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