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Step-by-step guide for setting up StoryChief to publish to your WordPress website.

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Written by Gregory Claeyssens
Updated over a week ago

Connecting your StoryChief account to a WordPress-powered website is a breeze. Just follow these steps to get it set up and ready to go.

πŸš€ With StoryChief, you can collaborate with colleagues to create content-rich articles that boost the reach and awareness of your company or blog.

πŸ”” Note: You need to be an admin of your WordPress website to complete the setup.


Start connecting WordPress

Follow the steps below, or watch our explainer video!

Step 1. From the dropdown menu click on "Integrations", followed by WordPress.

Step 2. Click on Add new destination to begin the setup procedure. Leave the following page open.

Step 3. On your WordPress website, install the StoryChief WordPress plugin. You can do this via the admin page of your website by searching for "StoryChief". For now, only the main StoryChief plugin needs to be installed.

Step 4. In your WordPress Settings menu, click on StoryChief.

Step 5. Copy your unique key from your StoryChief account (from step 2) and paste it into the settings page of the StoryChief plugin.

For more information about the available settings see this article.

Step 6. Copy the WordPress URL from the plugin settings page and paste it into the StoryChief WordPress URL text box.

Now both StoryChief and the WordPress plugin should have a key and URL.
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​Step 7. Save changes in WordPress and then "Save settings" in StoryChief. You should be notified of a successful connection.

πŸ”” Note: if it didn't connect take a look at this support article, it goes over common issues with connecting WordPress websites. Let us know via chat if we can assist you.

πŸŽ‰ You're done, grab a coffee, you deserve it!

Check out the next steps below for more in-depth guides.


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