If you run a WordPress website, you'll be very excited to learn that supercharging it with a Gruveo call button is now easier than ever. With our new Gruveo Call Button plugin, adding the button to your WordPress site is now a simple matter of a couple of clicks — no HTML copying and pasting required!
With a Gruveo call button, your website visitors call you on your Gruveo handle with voice and video without having to leave your site. Callers don't need their own accounts, and the service works in all major browsers without installs.
There are two ways in which you can add a Gruveo button to your website with the WordPress plugin. You can:
- Add a call button widget to your sidebar or
- Insert the button anywhere you want via a shortcode.
How Does It Work?
With the new plugin, adding the Gruveo button to your WordPress site couldn't be easier. After installing the plugin, here's what you need to do to add the button to your website's sidebar:
- Navigate to Appearance -> Widgets.
- Drag the Gruveo Call Button widget to your sidebar.
- Enter your Gruveo handle, set the button options and click Save.
In order to receive incoming Gruveo calls via the button, you will need a Gruveo handle. If you don't have one yet, click here to get one now (it's free!).
In addition to providing a sidebar widget, the WordPress plugin also lets you add a Gruveo call button to any part of your website using a shortcode. Here's what this shortcode looks like:
[gruveo-button handle="@awesome" size="large"]
For more information, read the instructions on the plugin's page on WordPress.org.
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