How to use Usersnap with your Joomla, Drupal or WordPress project

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WordPress

Visit the WordPress-plugins page and follow the instructions. Alternatively, add the Usersnap plugin to your WordPress installation using “Plugins”, “Add New” inside your WordPress admin interface (just search for Usersnap).

Enter your API-Key in the “Usersnap” menu into the field “API-Key”:

And… you’re good to go!

Drupal

Drupal 7:
git clone --branch 7.x http://git.drupal.org/sandbox/hatsch/1313672.git usersnap (Usersnap for Drupal 7 (*.zip))

Drupal 6:
git clone --branch 6.x http://git.drupal.org/sandbox/hatsch/1313672.git usersnap (Usersnap for Drupal 6 (*.zip))

Enter your API-Key in the plugin settings. This plugin enables ‘permissions’, so you can enable Usersnap for different roles on your page. Drupal support is still experimental – do contact us, if you need help: contact@usersnap.com

Thanks to Stefan (dorftv.at) for this contribution!

Joomla

Download and install the Usersnap plugin:

Add the Usersnap plugin to your Joomla-Installation and enter your API-Key in the “Usersnap” menu into the field “API-Key”:

You’re up and running:

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