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we have registration process and we really need for user to confirm their email, we are thinking about:

  1. asking the email and password to create their password
  2. Next screen, we show the user must confirm their email address to login, with verification code.

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but i am concern, if user typo about their email should i just add wording" change email" like this? enter image description here

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You could duplicate the field for email on the registration form (so that the user has to confirm the email), just like with passwords.

Username
[___________]

Name 
[________________]

Last Name
[________________]

Mail
[_____________________]

Mail (confirm)
[_____________________]

Password
[__________________]

Password (confirm)
[__________________]

[SUBMIT]

If that doesn't convince you, I could sugest adding the link to change the email next to the one that says resend...

ACCOUNT VERIFICATION
You will receive an email with a confirmation code at:
example@mail.com

Haven't reveived it yet? [resend] [change email]

Hope it helps ;D

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    i read in here joshwayne.com/do-you-need-a-confirm-email-field that user tend to copy their email if form asked to confirm email address. I also think the second choice approach better communication to user : D – Vsn Jul 5 '17 at 4:22
  • That seems quite interesting, I will give it a look. Thanks for sharing, no doubt it will be useful :D – edvilme Jul 5 '17 at 4:24
  • @vsn I used to nearly always copy-paste between the email and verification fields... until I did (mis)confirm an address with a typo. In that case, I just repeated the registration screen (and now try to manually re-enter the address unless I've copied it from a "known good" source). – TripeHound Jul 5 '17 at 11:00

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