• When a registration email is sent to the registrar. There is a message below not mentioned anywhere in the plugin.

    “Click here to view the submission.”

    This must be removed as the CLICK HERE is to the back end of wordpress. Why this is made so is not just stupid its pointless !! No one ever should have access to the back end of ones site

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Plugin Support Nithin – WPMU DEV Support

    (@wpmudevsupport11)

    Hi @trevorvb,

    The registration form by default has Two email notifications.

    1st notification is sent to the user who registered, it’ll have the title “User Confirmation Email”.

    And the other email where you notice the “Click here to view the submission” is sent to the admin of the website, with the title “Admin Email”.

    The Admin email won’t get sent to the user who registers as the recipient is set to the default admin email.

    The plugin picks the default admin email configured under Settings > General > Administration Email Address in your WP Dashboard.

    Sounds like you are testing both the notifications with the same recipient? You can edit, delete, or configure these emails via the “Email Notifications” tab according to your needs.

    Screenshot:
    https://imgur.com/GS22qMe

    I hope it’s clear now. You can also check our documentation for any further information regarding the workflow of the plugin.
    https://wpmudev.com/docs/wpmu-dev-plugins/forminator/

    Kind Regards,
    Nithin

    Thread Starter TrevorVB

    (@trevorvb)

    No this notification you mention is correct. Its an additional email that gets sent to the registra/User Thats incorrect It should not be there. Not sure how you get to show a screen print on google

    [ Please do not bump. ]

    Thread Starter TrevorVB

    (@trevorvb)

    I have tested as you requested with exception of elementor and astra It remains the same It will not change nor disappear after 5 seconds
    Our site is simple We register on an ingognito page I see you tested the page. I had others testing the page and it too did not change for them. So I find it difficult to understand how it worked for you as I set it as “hidden” ! I now made a new comment Lets see if you see that comment after submission ?

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