Installing GravityView

This article will walk you through how to install the GravityView plugin.

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1. Download the Latest Version of GravityView

Log in to your GravityKit Account, and click on the "Downloads" tab. Next to GravityView, click the "Download Plugin" button. The GravityView plugin will now download to your computer as a ZIP file.

The Download Plugin button for GravityView on the GravityKit account page

2. Install GravityView on your WordPress website

Log in to your WordPress Admin, hover over "Plugins" in the left-hand menu and click "Add New". Next, click "Upload Plugin".

The Upload Plugin button in WordPress

Now, click "Choose File" and select the GravityView plugin ZIP file that you downloaded in the previous step.

The Choose File button in WordPressFinally, click "Install Now". After the plugin has finished installing, activate it by clicking "Activate Plugin".

You will now see the GravityView "Getting Started" screen with information on configuring your first View.

The Getting Started screen in GravityView with info on setting up a View

Before you start creating new Views, you should first activate your license.

3. Activate your GravityView license

After activating the GravityView plugin, hover over "GravityKit" and click "Manage Your Kit".

The Products & Licenses link underneath the GravityKit menu item in WordPress

Go back to your Account page on, copy your license key, and paste it into the License Key box. After entering your key, click the button that says "Activate License".

The license key box for activating new GravityKit licensesAfter activating your license, you should see a notice saying that the license key is valid and active. If not, contact our support team.

Now that your license is active, you can enjoy automatic updates!

If you ever have questions about the plugin, you can click on the blue circle with a question mark in the middle at the bottom of each GravityView page (we call that the "Support Port").

From there, you can also search our how-to articles and send support requests - all without leaving your website.

A blue circle with a question mark inside
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