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    1. Hi there,

      The User Registration addon does not provide an interface to manage or edit existing users and focuses solely on the account creation process.

      If you are looking for those features, I would consider looking at full-blown membership/profile solutions. Specifically, I’d check out Ultimate Member or MemberPress, both of which we’ve seen lots of users have good luck with.

      You can check out more details on those here:

      Ultimate Member (free plugin with optional paid addons)
      MemberPress (paid version only)

      Plugins like these are going to give you all the “bells and whistles” for your users, as well as more robust membership/user management tools for you.

      Hope this helps! 🙂

    1. Hi Dave! I see that you’ve also sent in a support ticket about this though, so our team will continue there.

      In case it was missed though, our User Registration addon does not have any option for registering users with social media logins.

      Thanks!

  1. I need a user registration form that let’s me verify a user’s email address (by having them follow a link sent to it) before their account is activated so that I know users email address they join with is actually their email address. Is this possible?

    1. Hi Ben! Our User Registration addon does have an option to have users be verified by email first. You’ll just need to activate the “Enable user activation” function within the User Registration settings.

      You can find more details about this in the guide here: https://wpforms.com/docs/how-to-install-and-use-user-registration-addon-with-wpforms/#activation

      I hope this helps 🙂 If you have any further questions about this, please contact us if you have an active subscription. If you do not, don’t hesitate to drop us some questions in our support forums.

  2. Hi, I’m really excited about the new possibilities.

    How can I create a way to prevent someone who has already filled out a form from filling it out again?

    For example, using the Email field as criteria to allow or deny a new subscription.

    It is possible?

    1. Hi Marco! It is possible to restrict users who have already submitted a form from submitting another one with our Form Locker addon. It is available with our Pro level (or higher) license.

      There are a couple of options in it that would be useful, but the best option would probably be to use the “Require Unique Answer” function. More details about this and the Form Locker addon in general can be found here: https://wpforms.com/docs/how-to-install-and-use-the-form-locker-addon-in-wpforms/

      I hope this helps to clarify 🙂 If you have any further questions about this, please contact us if you have an active subscription.

  3. Is it possible to internally link one page to the page with the form on it. ? I was thinking you could have the form on one page, and when it’s subimitted it would be sent to a review page. I guess also at the same time if you wanted the form could be on the same page as the reviews ?

    1. Hi Justin- Good question!

      Did you get a chance to check out our Entry Preview Field available with all paid license level that has the ability to preview the entries before submitting the form? Here is a complete guide on this feature.

      Hope this helps! 🙂

  4. Hello, there.
    I’m using User Registration Form addon with the possibility of resetting the password.
    Unfortunately, the browser redirects to the page and keeps on asking the email address. This happens with every browser.

    How can I fix this?

    Thanks in advance for your help.

    1. Hi Raffaella,

      Sorry about the odd issue here! But we’d be happy to help! When you get a chance, please drop us a line in support so we can assist.

      If you have a WPForms license, you have access to our email support, so please submit a support ticket. That way we can discuss more details and investigate this further.

      Thanks 🙂

  5. I use wpforms for my nonprofit and we have all our volunteers register and submit a volunteer application. On the form, they fill out what their availability is and since that can change often is there a way to give them the ability to view their applications and make changes? Thank you!

    1. Hey William,

      Did you get a chance to explore our Save and Resume addon?

      As you are paid license holder, you have access to our email support, so please submit a support ticket. That way we can discuss more details and assist you further.

      Thanks 🙂

  6. Hi, I am using lite version now and planning to upgrade to basic paid version. Can I get the previous entries once I upgraded?

    1. Hello Keita,

      Thanks for writing in and I apologize for any confusion!

      WPForms Lite, our free version, does not have the feature to store entries, though you can set form notification emails to send out form submissions to your email address. In case it helps to share, here’s our tutorial with all the details: https://wpforms.com/docs/setup-form-notification-wpforms.

      Because entries are not stored in WPForms Lite, they will not be available even when you upgrade to the paid version. This is a restriction set by WordPress.org — plugins aren’t allowed to ‘unlock’ content such as entry data in a paid version in this way. So, only the entries that are submitted after the paid version has been activated will get stored and accessible in the backend.

      While our Lite plugin isn’t able to collect or store entries in any way beyond sending out the email, some hosting providers do log emails that are sent out from the sites they host. So if you need to try and recover undelivered emails, the best next step in trying to find records of previous entries is to contact your site’s hosting provider to ask if they do this.

      I’m sorry for the confusion around this. If you have any suggestions on how we can better clarify this, please let me know and I’ll share those with our team. Here’s a screenshot with our current wording from the Lite Entries page.

      I hope this helps and can you please let me know if you have other questions?

      Thank you and have a great day!

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