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

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One column logistration form OR two columns?

Don't look at me like that, I actually like the way to call both login and registration forms together a logistration form, well it's convenient. I've designed a logistration form, but the problem is ...
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Should an E-commerce Site that is predominantly a B2B site have OAuth?

A company that I work at from time to time is looking to add OAuth to their site, and had asked for my recommendation if it's worth the development time and if people would actually use it. In my ...
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What is the common name for this type of multiple option journey?

I stumbled upon this beautifully user-friendly, human-speaking quotation journey ceda-nepal.com/cost-calculator/ and I couldn't find any article about this kind of journey. I am currently designing a ...
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When is the best time to collect login credentials during registration?

On a long, multi-screen registration flow, is it better to collect login credentials at the start, at the end, or when the user chooses to save their application and return to it later?
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Asking for sign up with Credit Card, Should you show card info after sign up info?

I'm creating a sign up page for a user to purchase a service. There is no free trial so a credit card is necessary on sign up. I think having email, name, password plus credit card might be a little ...
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Should I hide a potentially off-putting section of my sign-up form?

I'm building a web app that requires a lot of information to be input by the users before they become "fully fledged" members. There's maybe 30-40 fields (of varying types) split over a few pages, and ...
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How to present content behind a paywall to unregistered users

Say there is a content site that has professional resources for a specific profession. It works on a subscription model, where paid members can freely use/download each resource. I'm wondering, from ...
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What's an intuitive workflow for a registering user to simultaneously sign-up his colleagues?

I'm working on a redesign of a website that has a bit of a complicated registration requirement and I just can't get my head around how best to design the necessary forms/pages. For context, the ...
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Authentication frequency for polling system

I am building a system to be used for polling during an election. Security is a massive issue as I'm sure you understand! We are using two factor authentication so the user will be asked to supply a ...
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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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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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Should (and how should I) I use email addresses for login without validating them?

So that users don't have to remember a username, my webapp doesn't ask users to enter one (accounts are private and there are no profiles or user-generated content). However, I would also prefer not ...
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Best practice to communicate 'direct' registration with a website (not through Facebook, Twitter, Google, etc)

When offering registration on a website with the options to signup with Facebook, Google, etc. What is the best way to say to register 'directly' with the website and not using any external third ...
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Allow users to create an account without email

I have a website that requires users to enter email and password in order to create an account. I noticed that there are a lot of people that do not want to provide their email address during the ...
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using a password in registration when SMS is also an option

Upon registering as a user to an app, user will need to enter his phone number to recieve a SMS with a code, which he needs to enter, to continue with registration. On the next screen, the user is ...
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Sign up for a company network with LinkedIn using a deleted account

My question concerns the sign-up flow for a user joining a company network. The case is as follows: An ex-employee has a LinkedIn account with a company email address(xyz@company.com). He tries to ...
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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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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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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 multi-...
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Directing a user to an appropriate log in form

Hypothetically, a business has a suite of 10 products, each with separate domains. This business has separate 4 user groups who achieve different tasks on each product. Some products are made for only ...
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Ordering of an Eligibility Funnel during application onboarding process

I am designing an onboarding/registration process for a mobile app/service that has fairly restrictive qualification requirements. Over time, these requirements will be come substantially less ...
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When to ask for subscription payment

We have a web-app that requires our users to register, get approved, and then begin using the service. We are requiring setting up subscription payments. My question is when to ask for the ...
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Prompting customer login before making changes to their account

In a project I'm working on, there's a service website where customers can register objects they own in order to use the service. If a customer owns many of these objects, all can be registered on the ...
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Sign up page guidelines or trend?

Is there a reason why the signup page on many websites are totally separated from the rest? I noticed that it results as a single page, where there is only the logo of the site and the signup form. No ...
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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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I'm seeing a new instant email-validation tool on registration forms — is it new? And what is it? [closed]

I've started to see something in the last few months that I don't remember having seen before and want to know just what it is and how it works. When I'm required to register for some BS site (but ...
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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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Building a marketplace - which one is better a unified registration or two separate ones?

I'm currently building a marketplace. And need to decide whether to: Have two separate registration forms - one for the buyer and one for the seller Have a single registration form and then when a ...
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Should we ask for first and last name or a generic display name?

Is it better to ask for both first and last name from user, or a generic "display name" field? Which do users respond to better, and are there any downsides for either? In our case, we are allow both ...
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What is the best way to avoid user frustration due to a login wall?

I recently came across a website that sell random market products but because they are a small startup their services are not yet available everywhere in my city. To avoid problems due to their ...
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How do I encourage user to give genuine mobile number for sending password in sign up?

In our site, we send the password to user's mobile number when he/she sign up. But user tends to ignore the fact that password will be sent to his/her mobile number. For this reason some user ...
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Is it a good practice to show a sign-up or registration form as seperate parts rather than in one go?

I am designing a registration form for a site with multiple sets of information required from the user. I have categorized the data fields into relevant groups. Now should I present the form sections ...
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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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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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User registration form and already registered

We have a registration form like the below. I'm curious if I should be displaying different text for an email address that already exists in our database. It seems like that could be used for spam ...
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Accordion registration form - Should the user be able to go back to the previous step?

I'm working on a step by step registration form. We are exploring an accordion style approach at the moment. (Below are my wireframes.) Because we are using inline validation, the user cannot go to ...
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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 happens when users register?

Usually when users register on a site does the email confirmation contain their username and password? When the user clicks the activation link does it make the user sign in or deep link them into a ...
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Should this registration form include field for password now or after user passes review?

The scenario I have may be a type of edge case because of the nature of the site I'm working on. This site (note: the site is not e-commerce, it is not about generating revenue; essentially, non-...
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How can I design a registration form with 10 fields for multiple users?

I'm in a situation to design registration form that asks A Dad [a user] to register his "Son or Sons" in a sports activity and pay for this registration. In order to enable Dads to pay one time even ...
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“Sign Up/Join Now” versus “Learn More/Find Out More”

Does anyone have any insight regarding the use of a Sign Up "Call to Action" (CTA) versus a Learn More CTA? Here's my thinking: "Sign Up" is ideal in situations where the lead is MOST informed about,...
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Confirm password registration prompt in mobile application

Is it a good practice to prompt user to fill field 'Confirm password' on registration screen in mobile application? Could you tell pros/cons? Thanks!
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Asking for Password After Email Validation?

I do not want to discuss the pros and cons of email validation, but want to know if there are potential downsides (security and otherwise) to user entering his password only after he has already ...
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Requiring User Login for Mobile App

I am working on a series of utility mobile apps whittle residential real estate investors manage their businesses. The apps I am developing are highly specialized and impactful. I plan on making them ...
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Approaches on having a sign in, sign up, and guest form in mobile app with as little annoyance as possible

At a university class we are to create an application for mobile devices for an actual client (a municipality). The app allows inhabitants of said municipality to file complaints concerning roadway ...
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When is the best time to ask a user to create a password?

I have seen some services ask the user to create a password on the initial signup form. I have seen others only ask the user to create a password after clicking on a verification link sent to their ...
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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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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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How to best inform user they cant use the service for a period of time after registering?

For security reasons, after registering we cant let the user actually use the product until 14 days have past. Right now I'm just appending a message at the end of the form (Ann#3) - is there a ...
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Linking to registration email URL after a signup form

So, today I was working on the 'thank you for... page' at the company that hired me. It is a page that is shown after the user 'requests' an offer for a certain treatment. Because of privacy rights we ...