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When it comes to online marketing, WordPress user registration forms give your brand a significant uplift by allowing users to be a direct part of your business. But this benefit can also cause major harm to your website’s security.
Imagine being trolled by spam users hijacking your website content? The threat of spammers and fake sign-ups breaking your site is real. Luckily with Pie Register, you can now verify and moderate the user registration process hassle-free.
Pie Register is a WordPress registration plugin that lets you create the most robust forms with a simple drag and drop. It gives you the ability to verify and moderate the sign-up requests coming in through your website, to ensure a safe and secure registration process.
Here is what you can do using the Verify and Moderate feature:
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In this article, we will explain step by step how you can verify and moderate user registrations using Pie Register.
To enable the verification process for user registration, Pie Register has the following options.
The User Verification section has all the options to verify and moderate the user registration process.
From the dropdown, you can choose a default method of verification to be applied for all registration forms. Options include:
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If you want to apply a specific method of verification on a particular form, you can change it from the Manage Forms: Form Editor. Just click on the edit option of the form, and choose your required method.
You can choose to verify the users registering to your website through Admin approval. Admin can see all the unverified users under the Users tab of the WordPress dashboard, from where the verification can be performed manually.
Or the admin can approve the unverified users through email. From the Notification tabs -> Admin Notification, add the Replacement key for ‘Verification URL’ in the Email template.
The user will be displayed the following message on registration
Each time a user registers, an email with a verification link will be sent to the Admin. The link will redirect the Admin to the homepage, where a dialog box will confirm the verification of the user. No login required.
This is another option for user verification. When the user registers, an activation link will be sent to verify the user on the mentioned email address. The user will be displayed this message:
The user will be verified once he clicks on the activation link received on the email.
You can set up a Grace Period for your verification process from the User verification section. Mention the number of days in the space to define the time limit. Users that are not verified within the grace period are deleted.
Pie Register allows you to choose the method for Change in the email verification.
In 1-step verification, a URL is sent on the new email address of the user for authentication.
In 2-step verification, a request is sent to the old email address to confirm the change and then verify the new email address.
Pie Register offers built-in templates for almost all the required emails required by the Admin to send to the users.
For the email verification process, email templates are already set up under the Notifications tab of your Pie Register’s Admin Dashboard -> User Notification.
Both the templates have the required set of WordPress Shortcodes and Replacement Keys, for the verification process. You can further customize the emails as per your requirement.
That’s all. It is that simple to verify and moderate user registrations on your WordPress website using the Pie Register plugin. If you still have any queries, we are just an email away.
Do you use the Verify and Moderate feature for your website? Let us know in the comments, your feedback keeps us motivated. 🙂
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