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To activate your new NVivo 1.0 (released March 2020), you don´t need a license key anymore but can activate the license using a myNVivo account in the myNvivo portal
After you have purchased NVivo or a license was assigned to you by your administrator, you will receive an email from QSR with the subject "Welcome to NVivo"
- sign into the myNVivo portal (you have to use the same email address as used in the "Welcome" email/that you used during purchase)
- download the installation file
- install NVivo on your computer
- Activate NVivo by entering your myNVivo credentials the first time you open NVivo
Below you find all necessary information and links to perform these steps:
Activation for Windows
Here you find a detailed description of how it works if you want to install and activate NVivo for the first time, use the trial, or activate a perpetual license for NVivo for Windows.
Activation for Mac
For Mac users, you can find more information on how to install and activate the new NVivo here.
Activation for Enterprise License Agreements (ELA)
If you need info on ELA deployment and the different options for administrators to assign new users, please find detailed information in this article NVivo ELA deployment (installation)
Please note: The myNVivo portal is run by QSR International and we as Alfasoft have no access to it. Hence, any questions regarding your (institute´s) profile (user names, email addresses, etc.) have to be directed to QSR International via the below links
The myNVivo portal support for single and student license
If you have an individual or a student license and need to contact QSR support, please go here.
The myNVivo portal support for Enterprise License Agreements (ELA)
If you are an ELA customer and need to contact QSR support, please go here.
Legal Terms and conditions
If you have questions about the legal terms and conditions of the New NVivo and the use of the myNVivo portal, here you find a list with all relevant sources provided by QSR: