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Having seen first-hand what un-moderated map pinning results in, there are a couple of ways that users will try to abuse your system: Using pins to draw or write on the map. This is easily solved by simply limiting the number of pins available to non-registered users. Once they reach their limit (anywhere between 1 and 5 - just below whatever you're ...


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What if you could have your cake and eat it too? Here is what I am thinking: Allow new users to drop pins on the map without forced registration. Trigger an optional login/create account request after they've dropped a few pins and am feeling proud about their work. The request must explain that pins coming from anonymous users are not immediately ...


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In cases where Facebook does provide an email, your step #2 is redundant, right? So maybe this procedure is better: Connect their Facebook If you need info that Facebook hasn't provided (including email), ask the user for it here. If FB gave you everything you need for registration, then there is no step 2. Does that make sense?


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As you will already have the mobile number, go for the most restrictive questions first in order to prevent frustration and avoid a negative experience on the first contact with the company/brand/product. At the point of the 'not qualified' notification, then you could ask if they would like to be notified when they qualify. This would workaround data ...


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Let's be frank about this: Your goal is to get users to get sign up. This means you want them to be aware of your valuable content and to see what's underneath the barrier, without completely hiding it. Content Teasing: You'll have to seduce them into wanting to view the entire article. if you fully block the article, they won't have an additional ...


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I think there is possible another approach (a friendlier one, actually). For the unregistered user you can show the title and a short excerpt (let's say, a 3-lines paragraph), followed by a Call2action/button prompting them to register: "Register to read entire article", "Full article available for registered users", etc. This way you will accomplish a ...


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I don't see a need for a panel alert to notify unregistered users to understand they need to register to view certain information. Depending upon login, the system should understand if the user is registered or not. Registered users get to see the title and content, while the unregistered users get to see only the title and a note next to that saying, they ...


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I've gone with automated guest account creation that drops straight into the app. If the user registers, any information they entered, is as added to their account. https://www.trackmyfoods.com/


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To answer this question: Lets lay down some basic methodolgy and points about registration and how social media integrates with these systems. firstly People dont like to register for things, especially not with their email due to spam and unsollicited messages concerns. Its often a hastle The solution: Make registration less painful by letting users ...



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