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[Resolved] Providers that don't give an email suggestion

  • DesignsCheap
    Member

    @resolvedhosting

    Nice plugin. However one area that is a bit off is the randomly generated emails for people who use a provider that doesn’t provide an email (like Twitter for example).

    Another social plugin (which I prefer not to use because it’s a SaaS deal) fixes this by allowing (in the admin) for you to configure the plugin to request their email if it’s a provider that doesn’t allow access to that. It also allows me to edit the message displayed when requesting the email.

    This would be really great because a random email will not work for me. I need to be able to reach my customers via email but I want to allow them to register using social network auth.

    Any chance you will have this…like really soon? I’m launching a new site within a week and I would love to use your solution. Not getting an email with every user is a real problem for me. (On registrations only.)

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wordpress-social-login/

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  • darrenmeehan
    Member

    @darrenmeehan

    Why not use Profile completeness? From what you’ve described, this will tackle your issue.
    I have no email provided on a todo list for a project of mine, as i’m nto sure I want a form showing up requiring the users email, though I doubt I’ll be tackling it for a few weeks.

    DesignsCheap
    Member

    @resolvedhosting

    Not familiar with that. Is that related to wordpress or what? Sorry, just not sure what you mean.

    darrenmeehan
    Member

    @darrenmeehan

    I forgot to mention where to find profile completeness sorry… It’s an option provided by WSL itself provides, through the component Bouncer. check it out in WSL’s settings page.

    DesignsCheap
    Member

    @resolvedhosting

    Ah ok. Thanks. I’ll check that out. I actually didn’t install the plugin yet just read about it and was reading your installation info and that’s where I saw that it assigned random emails to users from service providers that didn’t include it. I’ll check that out.

    Thanks. Really wanna stick with a self hosted solution like this instead of a 3rd party SaaS.

    darrenmeehan
    Member

    @darrenmeehan

    Hope you were able to solve this. Glad I could help!

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