New Users can now Register for the system on a Registration Page.

You can now set up User Registration Pages to appear on your Site for Public Registration

You can now set up User Registration Pages to appear on your Site for Public Registration

To be able to access this feature your application will need to be set up specifically to allow Public Registration Pages. Only the Distributor can complete this for you, so ask your Distributor for assistance

To be able to access this feature your application will need to be set up specifically to allow Public Registration Pages. Only the Distributor can complete this for you, so ask your Distributor for assistance

Please note that the notification that is generated when the new user/s creates a login will be sent to the E-mail address in the "Administrator's Email" in the Application Details on the Builder Site (shown here).

When people come to your unique url, there will be three pages available now. They need to click on the "register" page

When people come to your unique url, there will be three pages available now. They need to click on the "register" page

They need to complete their first name, last name, username, e-mail, password and date of birth and then click "Save"

They need to complete their first name, last name, username, e-mail, password and date of birth and then click "Save"

They can also enter in their own address and phone numbers

They can also enter in their own address and phone numbers

There is a default role section that also shows on the registration page. If you have set up a Default Role/s then the user can select one of these before they click save.

There is a default role section that also shows on the registration page. If you have set up a Default Role/s then the user can select one of these before they click save.

You can see in the image step above that the default role is blank so no default Roles have been set up, and the new users cannot select a role. If a will need to be activated by the administrator BEFORE they can login.

The image here shows that two default roles have been set up here (as outlined in the next lesson) and the new user can select one of these when they complete their registration information.

Default Roles can be set up to allow newly registered user to:

-Login in immediately after registering because the default role is set to autoactive and is set up with permissions to access the site.

-Be added to a group or role, but they still require the Administrator to activate their account on the Administration Site

-Need to be added to a Group and be given permissions to access the site and also be activated.

The User clicks on Save to enter their details which are Automatically Stored on the Administration Site and the Administrator receives an e-mail specifying that a new user has registered.

The User clicks on Save to enter their details which are Automatically Stored on the Administration Site and the Administrator receives an e-mail specifying that a new user has registered.

The Administrator will receive an e-mail notification that a new user has registered for the site. See the next lessons to understand more about Default Roles and what you need to do when you receive a notification.

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