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User Registration and customer login view

  1. justinmultimedia

    What exactly is the customer able to view after login to their account? Is there a screengrab I can see? would they be able to view previous invoices and order history. is there fields for their billing address. would there also be the added benefit of customers not having to reenter their information every time when submitting other forms. Thanks for the clarification.

    Posted 12 years ago on Monday November 21, 2011 | Permalink
  2. User Registration Add-On is used to use Gravity Forms to create a user on your WordPress site. It creates a new user account in your WordPress user table. That is all.

    I can't show you a screen grab because there is nothing to see. It depends on your site. It's not designed to give them access to Gravity Forms functionality. The built in WordPress registration form is extremely simple and can't be customized int he admin. This allows you to replace the built in WordPress registration form with your own custom form created using Gravity Forms.

    It has no bearing on users submitting future forms, although you can dynamically populate fields with user information if you don't want them to have to fill out fileds that you have user profile data for.

    They wouldn't be able to view "invoices" or "order history". They would have a user account on your WordPress site. What that user account gives them access is up to you after that. You'd have to use WordPress and other plugins to allow them to access things if you want to give them access to things in your WordPress Dashboard.

    Gravity Forms User Registration Add-On is a tool that does one very specific thing that WordPress doesn't allow you to do out of the box. After the user registers using Gravity Forms... that is the extend of what Gravity Forms and the User Registration Add-On does.

    Posted 12 years ago on Monday November 21, 2011 | Permalink