This plugin is actually and Add-on for Gravity Forms so it will definitely need that. Also the plugin needs some system requirements, namely:
- PHP 7.1+ (5.6 is still available, but because it is EOL it will not be actively supported)
- Gravity Forms 2.0+ (try to keep this updated)
- php-zip (http://php.net/manual/en/book.zip.php)
- php-xml (http://php.net/manual/en/book.xmlwriter.php)
The plugin checks for most of it's dependencies, so you should know ahead of time if you're missing anything.
So let's install it, shall we?
If you are using a normal installation of Wordpress you just go to the
Plugin section, and go to
Then search for
Gravity Forms Entries in Excel or just
Excel and you will find it. Click
Install and then
Activate. And Bob's your uncle (possibly).
And yes, it is also possible to download the plugin, and
then upload it to the
wp-content/plugins folder. But seriously; who does that?!
If you've never heard of Bedrock, than this probably isn't for you. However, I highly recommend you research this, and try it out. It's way safer then plain 'ol Wordpress, and it comes with the benefit of composer!
Anyway, if you are using Bedrock, just require the plugin with
composer require doekenorg/gf-entries-in-excel
and you should be good to go! Added benefit here, is that you can also regularly update the