How to Add Live Chat to a WordPress Website

by | Dec 25, 2021 | 0 comments

How to Add Live Chat to a WordPress Website

by | Dec 25, 2021 | Free Wordpress Plugins | 0 comments

Watch how you can add live chat to your WordPress website.

By adding a live chat you can give your visitors, a much more easier way to reach you.

Crisp :

In this tutorial we are going to see, How you can add a live chat and its features


00:00 Intro

01:07 Create an account on website called Crip

02:39 connect your Crip account with your WordPress site

04:37 Adding a profile picture

We are going to add live chat in the following 2 steps :

So Let’s Get Started:

Step 1: Creating an account on Crisp

First, you need to go to: and enter your e-mail, password, name and then click ‘continue’ to enter your website address and website name.

And then, click ‘Finalize’ to create your account on crisp.

So once we create our account, we’ll reach the live chat inbox.

Step 2: Connecting crisp account with your website.

So to connect it we need to install the ‘crisp’ plugin on our, let’s go to our WordPress dashboard.
Now let’s search for the ‘crisp’ plugin and click ‘install’ and ‘Activate’. (the plugin)

Now, just click ‘connect with crisp’ and click continue to connect your crisp account on your website. Now you will get to see the live chat inbox.

Now let’s see, How to add a profile picture to live chat:

By adding a profile picture, you can make your live chat more user-friendly.

Now, add your profile picture…just to go to ‘settings’ and click ‘account’ to add your image

Now if we go to our site, and click ‘refresh’ you can see that your image appears in the live chat.


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