The Trinity Audio Wordpress plugin implementation Guide header


Thank you for taking an interest in the Trinity Audio WordPress plugin. In this manual, we’ll walk you through how to install and use the plugin on your site. Before installing, please make sure that your site meets the minimal requirements for the plugin. If any questions arise, don’t hesitate to reach out to our team at and we’ll make sure to help out.

Don’t feel like reading or listening? Mathew, our default voice will walk you through all you need to know in this video.


First, log into your WordPress dashboard and click on “Plugin”:

WordPress dashboard and click on “Plugin”:

Click “Add New” next to the “Plugins” headline:

“Add New” next to the “Plugins” headline:

Search for “Trinity Audio” in the search console in the top right:

Search in Wordress for TrinityAudio Plugin

You will now see the Trinity Audio plugin below.
Please make sure that the plugin is compatible with your version of WordPress (marked in green).
Press the “Install” button – marked in red:

Install now Trinity Audio

And the button would change to “Activate”:

Activate TrinityAudio plugin

Press on it and wait for a success feedback from WordPress. After the plugin is installed successfully, you will see the Trinity Audio menu on the management dashboard on the left side:

Trinity Audio WordPress plugin dashboard

Once you can see that, the installation was successful. Congratulations!


Now let’s go over the different setup options in the Trinity Audio management tab:

  • Add player to all posts: bulk activation of the player on all posts. Press this button if you would like to activate the player across all of your content. Once you click on it, you should get visual feedback on the progress of the action:
Trinity Audio WordPress plugin add player to all posts
  • Please stay on the page until the process is complete and the button reappears:
Trinity Audio WordPress plugin add player to all posts completed

Please bear in mind that some of the processes happen on the backend and it might take some time for the player to appear on all pages (depending on the number of posts you have published).

  • Source language: here you can indicate the default language your posts are written in. In the case that you have multiple languages on your site, don’t worry as you can choose the source language for each separate post as well.
  • Display Powered by TrinityAudio: select this option if you would like to be a friend and give us credit. This will also help your colleague (aka other content creators) reach out to us easily once they see the player on your site, get excited and want to add it to their site too. Now is a good time to remind you that we are providing the plugin for free 🙂 (cough).
  • Gender: choose the default gender voice for the content. If you would like to choose it a different gender per post, you’ll be able to easily do so from the post menu.
  • Player position: The position of the audio player on your page. We recommend placing the player before post, meaning before the main article text.
  • Player label: Specifies optional text you’d like to be shown above the audio player (HTML tags are supported with this label). For example, here we chose “Check our new audio content!”:
Trinity Audio WordPress plugin Listen now
  • New post default: Specifies whether the player is automatically enabled for all new posts. Choose this option if you want Trinity Audio to add an audio player for each new post you publish.
  • Add post title to audio: If enabled, each audio file will start by reading the post title. If not, the player will start reading from the main text.
  • Add post excerpt to audio: If enabled, each audio file will read an excerpt from the post at the beginning of the audio (after the title, if chosen). Please check this option only if you know what is actually written in the excerpt as it is usually not part of the viewable content to the publisher.
  • Skip tags: Use this if you are using tags in your content and you would like the player to avoid reading those tags.

Recommended setup process

Now that you understand all the options in the menu, here are the recommended steps for configuring the plugin:

  1. Press “Add player” in the “Add player to all posts” section.
  2. Wait for all posts to be updated.
  3. Choose the default source language.
  4. Make sure the checkbox next to “Display Powered by TrinityAudio” is checked.
  5. Choose “Before post” in the “player position” section.
  6. Choose “Trinity Audio enabled” on the “New post default” section.
  7. Check the “Add post title to audio” title option.
  8. Click “Save Changes”.

Individual post configuration

Once you’ve finished the setup of the Trinity Audio plugin on your website, let’s see what kind of settings you can configure per post.
Click on posts:

Configure TrinityAudio WordPress plugin

Choose a post you would like to edit or add the player to:

Choose a post to add TrinityAudio plugin

scroll to the bottom of the page.
You will see the Trinity Audio menu:

Enable text-to-speech trinity audio

In this menu you can choose the following:

  • Enable Text-To-Speech (Trinity audio): make sure this is checked if you want the player to appear on this post.
  • Gender: here you will see the default gender reading the text based on your choosing. If you want to change it per this specific post, this is the place to do so.
  • Language: choose the source language of the post. By default, you will see the language chosen in the general plugin settings.

Once you’ve made sure the “Enable Text-To-Speech (Trinity audio)” is checked, click “update” post and the player will appear on the post. Click preview to see it in the position chosen in the general settings.

Summing things up

In case you have any further questions, please visit our FAQ page in WordPress and on our website. In addition, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us directly via, we would be happy to hear from you (pun intended).

Happy listening from all of us at Trinity Audio