User Registration Documentation
Long and tedious registration forms can make form fillers feel overwhelmed and uninterested. And, users feel like it’s time-consuming to fill out long forms and opt-out.
But, no worries! You can easily create multi-part user registration forms and increase user engagement.
The User Registration Multi-Part add-on allows you to break down your registration forms to multiple parts or sections effortlessly. Dividing your registration forms helps to improve the user experience drastically. And, creating one with User Registration Multi-Part Add-on is a piece of cake.
In order to install the User Registration Multi-Part Add-on on your WordPress website, you will be required to follow these steps:
First of all, you need to set up the User Registration Multi-Part add-on. For this, go to User Registration->Add New and, click on the Form Settings tab in the form builder.
Here, you can see the Multi-Part Forms option. Now, you need to check the Enable Multi-Part option there.
Then, you have the following settings for Multi-Part Add-on:
Enable Multi-Part Form: Check to enable multi-part on your form.
Progress Indicator: Select the type Progress Indicator which is displayed at the top of the form. There are three types: Progress Bar, Circle Bar, and Arrow Steps.
Progress Indicator Color: Select the primary color for the Part Indicator theme.
Part Navigation Alignment: Select the alignment for the Next/Previous part navigation buttons. You have four options here: Left, Right, Center, and Split.
After you’re done with the settings, you can start creating User Registration Multi-Part forms. So, go to the form builder and you can see the Multi-Part feature is enabled.
On the bottom of the form builder, there is the Add New Part button. Click on it to add as many parts to your registration form you require.
Then, on the Page Options for each part, there are three settings for the Part Title, Next and Previous buttons. Also, you can click on the Delete Part button to remove any form part you don’t require.
As you go on creating your multi-part form, you can even drag and drop the form parts to manage the order as you like.
After you finish creating your User Registration Multi-Part Form, don’t forget to click on Create Form.
To add the User Registration Multi-Part form to any WordPress post and pages, you can take the help of our docs for displaying registration forms.
Your Multi-Part Form will look something like this:
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