Tag Info

New answers tagged

1

I am also working on a financial application and we use a similar setup. For new persons who register by physically showing up at the financial institution branch, we send them out both a temporary username and a temporary password - via different channels. For eg. we would send a temporary username to the person's email address and the temporary password as ...


0

The idea of asking for partial number of characters is good but the user will tend to copy the password from the mail and will paste here. A partial input will make the user work more and i guess that is not required. In the other way around, if you get the mail id from the user while signing up, you can mail him/her a link which will ask them for the ...


1

This is a good improvisation that could be done in the UX. It is certainly not necessary to ask the user the email again. Addressing the question of security, I am certain not many sites simply display the email address on entering the username(when clicking on forgot password). As an alternative, you could display only a "partial address"(like ...



Top 50 recent answers are included