Registration refers to signing up for a site or service as a user with a username and password.

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Tackling the shopping cart abandonment rate

I'm trying to tackle the high abandonment rate for a certain step in the checkout procedure. The first step in the checkout procedure of the company I work for is a step where customers have to log ...
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How can we communicate the ability to use the same login credentials across multiple sites?

We currently own siteA.com and have a pretty big user base. We are now planning to introduce siteB.com and siteC.com into the mix. Since we want to end up with a "network of sites" and make things ...
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Is it OK to create a user account on website for user while he presses the 'Login with Facebook' button to view a website?

After user has granted permissions to an app to fetch certain data from Facebook, while he does a 'Login with Facebook', is it OK for me to create an account for him on my app using his data fetched ...
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Combining Sign in and Registration form

I am in the process of re designing a registration workflow for a social app. The nature of its content is very generic, food related stuff like recipes, cooking tips etc. The signup form is planned ...
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Techniques to aid remembering serial numbers

What methods can I use to aid users to remember a serial number? While you might expect people to write them down, many just try and remember them, then get it wrong, and need to retrieve the number ...
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Differentiating login signposting for business and non business users

I'm building a social media endorsement platform that needs involvement from both business and non-business users. We've had some problems with the registration process on the business user side, ...
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What is the most minimal sign up process possible?

I want to let my users get to using the website as fast as possible, so I want to have as minimal a sign up as possible, using progressive profiling to get information later if they want to disclose ...
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Child registering for a service/app, parental concerns. Any experiences?

I am working on a project where we require parent permission to register. In practice, we ask Parent email in registration, and the parent needs to confirm. The app is a single-user experience, and ...
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When to ask for registration

I'm designing an iOS app to order groceries online. I have a doubt about when ask for registration. To proceed at payment you must be a registered user. One can use an app like this several times and ...
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Tick this checkbox if you DO NOT want.. underhanded tactics?

Very often when registering on a new site I see checkboxes with long explanations saying something along the lines of: Tick checkbox if you want to receive newsletters. This is not unusual but a ...
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Does user need to activate account via e-mail in registration process?

I’m designing e-commerce registration process, and I’m in two minds about asking user for account activation via e-mail. I consider these solutions: User needs to activate account via e-mail or he ...
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Which registration form gives most registrations?

Has anyone done actual testing on which registration methods cause most registrations on a social Website? (Let's say that the input fields are the same as those on Facebook). Here are four different ...
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Limiting registration to be only by Facebook, is it a good idea?

I'm building a web application which is available as a stand-alone website as well as a Facebook App, the target audience are mostly Facebook users. However, I'm confused about the registration ...
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Using SMS to register [closed]

How to make SMS registration easier?
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Best place to put optional Sign in/Sign up box on a website with auto-register user

We've wrote a website so that users can purchase ticket (for concerts). For users convenience we wrote user temporary registration and auto login systems. So users don't need to Sign in/Sign up to ...
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What should a e-mail address confirmation e-mail say?

I'm sending out an e-mail containing a link as to prove the user had registered with an e-mail address they have access to. 1)What is the name of such an e-mail? Verification e-mail, confirmation ...
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Differentiating between 'register your business' and 'register yourself as individual' - best practice?

I have searched around here and looked at How should I divide my site between B2B and B2C? which doesn't quite resolve the specific issue we have and am hoping someone may have some ideas around this? ...
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Pros/Cons - Personal Photo on registration page

Will putting your personal photo on the registration increase trust? I've seen this on Customer IO and I think that it is a good idea however I've also asked around and people think that it might not ...
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What is behind entering email twice for registration?

What do you think to ask the email twice for registration? The context is this: In the e-commerce checkout/registration process where the email is mandatory to save cart or to proceed to the ...
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How to let a user participate with another one in a Team-Event?

We have a software project, which is for users who do not come from a technical background. Users are able to register, login, and add themselves to an event as a participant. They can also ...
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Evidence that requiring registration using facebook/twitter/google on a public terminal increases abandonment rates?

I am working on an registration application which would be used in a live "museum" type experience. Essentially to enter the museum you need to register for a personal account to receive a ticket. ...
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When registering should the passwords match/don't match still be shown if the initial password isn't strong enough

In a registration page the user is asked to enter a password. There are some (simple) rules for the password, so if the user enters "123" the text "password is too simple" will appear beside the input ...
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Why do many web sites emphasize registration and hide log in forms?

Many web-based applications are emphasizing sign up forms and hiding log in forms, often placing log in on another page. I'm under the impression that the majority of users are not first time users, ...
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Email Verification for Paid Subscription-based App

We're developing a paid, subscription-based application and are currently contemplating different sign up flows. How does one go about verifying the users email address elegantly? Email addresses are ...
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What is the best approach to design registration page

I have seen users (including me) who get frustrating registration page and eventually decide to quit the site. (To be frank few of my friends left registration due to annoying captca verification) As ...
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Two Distinct User Types (buyers/sellers) best approach

I am designing a site that has two, distinct user types: buyers and vendors from a specific industry. A buyer will log on and make a note of what service they want. Then, a potential vendor will ...
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What is the best way to demonstrate the value of registration to unlock features?

I'm not sure if I phrased that right, so perhaps my specific case will explain for me. I have buttons for "fave"-ing and marking-as-solved on puzzles in my blog. The users that know the features exist ...
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Website registration/login process with highest success rate? [duplicate]

I'm looking for data about how to implement a registration and login process for a new website. We are currently considering four options: Login with email address and password that is stored in ...
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Best way for sign up process after invite

We are building an app and I'd like to have a faster sign up process for users. Right now users can only get access after they got an invite by mail. After they got the mail, they can click on a link ...
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Social network login or not?

I am developing a niche social networking iPhone app of my own. I was wondering if it would be best to allow the user to connect to social networks such as Facebook and Twitter to login to my app ...
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What to do if a user attempts to login via facebook when they've never registered?

We have an app that that allows you to register via email, facebook, or Google account. If a user attempts to sign in to our app via Facebook or Google when they have never registered with their ...
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Designing the sign-up process?

I am starting a website consisting of info on local shops, product catalogs, and coupons. now I am in a dilemma over the vendor sign-up process. I want to know which of the following ways should I do ...
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What's better for invitation emails: a temporary password or a one-time login url?

Our web app allows our customers to invite their collaborators into their account. They can submit the new user's email address, and our app sends the new user an email inviting them to login. Once ...
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Is a captcha necessary when email validation is being utilised?

During registration for my new website, I'm going to require that a link is clicked in a confirmation email before a new user has full privileges. Is this a good way to remove spammers/bots, or do you ...
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Security issues if not forcing a user to sign up

I've built a simple web app Flask.io that enables users to create and share to-do lists. It doesn't require sign up. This is an important differentiator. I don't want to force the user to register ...
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Voucher code field before login in?

On an ecommerce website, in order to checkout/pay, the user will need an account, so he will have to register. After registering and being logged in, the user will be able to enter a voucher code, ...
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Use a wizard on a simple but big form?

I'm thinking about remaking the registration form on a site I'm working on. The form is simple, but there is too much information to be filled in. It also asks if the user has already participated, in ...
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How to handle registration for a multi-tenanted, multi-sided application?

I'll apologize up front for the long question, but there is no easy way of explaining what we're doing. We are building a marketplace which is conceptually similar to storenvy.com. It is a ...
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Signing up for a site. Finishing progress after step 1 of 4. What/How to indicate?

EDIT: Screenshots will be added soon to better explain the problem I got a four step progress on a website signup page and have a 4 stepped progress bar to indicate where the user is currently at: ...
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Simple registration vs security

I'm doing a reminding service about new episodes of series. The main idea is to make it very simple to register, like this: The problem is about the security, I'm not using CAPTCHA nor confirming ...
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Where to place registration form and its contents in page horizontally?

In a registration form I'm having trouble guessing where I should put the text and input fields. Obviously the default is flush against the left side of the screen which looks terrible. I noticed ...
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Layout of information on registration page

I am making the registration page for a website. How should the different components be laid out relative to each other? For example should the heading be on level or above the text input field? ...
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Telling users passwords don't match and aren't strong enough

I have two functions in my user registration form One checks the password and confirmed password are the same. The other checks if the password is strong enough. I have two presentation related ...
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best way for a multiplayer lobby in a smartphone game

This is how it works now: At this time it is a web app and then: users choose an ID and a password, then create a new game, the server returns the code of the new game created, the other players ...
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What kind of diagram is best to represent the flow of a registration process?

For planning What is the best way to visually represent a typical registration flow where a user registers on a registration page, there is then a confirmation page followed by validation email and ...
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How to make the user fill out all required fields when signing up

In the registration form for a website, what is the best way to prevent the user from continuing until all the required fields are filled in? For example should the "submit" button be grayed out until ...
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How does the collection of personal information affect a user's likelihood to register to a website?

I'm curious to know how requiring certain pieces of personal information affect a user's likelihood to register on a website and opt-in to receive communications. Is there some "amount," of personal ...
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Free Trial Registration abandonment and resume

Dealing with a free-trial registration that REQUIRES a billing page, unfortunatelty (Credit Card info). There are 3 steps to this registration: Account registration Billing Confirmation - tell us ...
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Should email verification links expire?

It's a common practice for websites to send email verification links on sign up. Should these verification links expire? I know about a bunch of website where they do and I wonder why?
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How early should you funnel users in a registration process?

As part of a registration form I am building I need to, at some point, differentiate between whether the user is a 'student' or 'professor'. I've seen this handled in two different ways and was ...