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Best practices when a user with unverified email forgets the password and tries to register again or reset the password

I believe that most of the web applications allows users to access the content before verifying the email and there's a visually noticeable message that indicates and reminds user to verify their ...
fakermaker's user avatar
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Best practices when a user with unverified email forgets the password and tries to register again or reset the password

In addition to fakermaker's answer, there's some more points: You should allow the user to verify their account from a different place than the onboarding flow. If you don't want to use a global ...
Leo Wattenberg's user avatar
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Is a process secure if it's not perceived as such?

Can a process that undeniably offers a specific feature be perceived as possessing that feature, even if users don't acknowledge it? While the specific question can't really be answered with specific ...
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When it's undetermined, what should go first: login or signup?

I don't really have any evidence to support this, but I would guess for the initial sign in, it would be to encourage users to create an account. Users who already have an account will look for the &...
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Does onboarding include sign up?

"I strongly believe in the second: The process of verifying identity can be quite complex and should be accompanied by a dedicated tutorial. It would be very difficult, if not impossible, to ...
Guy Bitan's user avatar
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What should the default 2FA method be for a user opening an account?

With the wide availability of authentication methods (you even mention several of them), defaulting to one is a lottery, and a default will come only after studying your user base. It's true that the ...
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Is a process secure if it's not perceived as such?

Note: While this question focuses on 2FA, it can be framed in broader terms: Can a process that undeniably offers a specific feature be perceived as possessing that feature, even if users don't ...
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