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How to activate Kite Pro

Check if you have Kite installed, and follow these directions to troubleshoot.

Kite is installed

Step 1

Launch Kite on your desktop.

launch kite

Step 2

Click the gear icon in the bottom right corner of the Kite Copilot desktop app.

Kite Copilot gear icon for settings menu

Step 3

Log out.

log out of Kite via Kite Copilot

Step 4

Log in with the email you used to sign up for Kite Pro.

log into Kite via Kite Copilot

Kite is not installed

Step 1

Download Kite at

www.kite.com/download

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Step 2

Login with your Kite Pro email address.

Kite Copilot log in screenshot

Common Questions

Visit our comprehensive help docs for more FAQs and troubleshooting.

How does Kite Pro work?

Kite Pro augments Kite’s existing Python completions engine with a deep learning model that can predict multiple words ahead of what you are going to type next. With Kite Pro, Kite’s completions will complete more words more frequently, up to multiple lines of code, allowing you to code even faster.

Look for Kite Pro completions in your editor indicated by the star icon in the completion hint.

Learn more in the Kite Pro help doc.

What languages does Kite support?

Kite supports Python and JavaScript. Kite for Golang is in beta.

ML-powered completions are our only feature for JavaScript and Golang.

Kite Pro is only relevant for Python developers at this time.

Vote for additional language support here.

Does Kite send any code to the cloud?

Kite does not send your code or any byproducts of your code (such as computed indices) to the cloud. Kite completions are fully functional without an internet connection.

What data does Kite collect and how is it used?

Kite collects usage data on how you use the product. This data is used to help us gain insights on how our users are using the product and how to improve it. Kite also uses external services such as Rollbar to collect data when crashes or errors occur. This data is used to improve the reliability of the product and to fix critical bugs.

Please review our privacy policy for more information.

I have another question that's not covered here. Help!

If you have a question about how to use Kite, please check out our comprehensive usage guides. Oftentimes you’ll be able to find the answers to your questions there.

If you are experiencing an issue or bug while using Kite, please check out the Kite troubleshooting guide.