Support » Plugin: RegistrationMagic - Custom Registration Forms and User Login » Request approval form with approval check on the user page

  • Resolved Dreagnout

    (@dreagnout)


    Hi,

    I’m finding a feature and I don’t know if this plugin can cover my needs.

    I want to make a request form (especifically about scholarships request) only for registered users, so when the user log in can send the form. When the form was submitted, the admin can approval or reject the scholarship, and the user can know if the form has been approved or rejected via user panel (with an option of approved or rejected in a zone of the user panel).

    Can I do that?

    Thanks.

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  • Plugin Support RegistrationMagicSupport

    (@registrationmagicsupport)

    Hi,

    When user submits the form, user account will be created but will remain in deactivated state until the admin approves. This is possible using RegistrationMagic manual approval option present at global settings > user accounts. Using the automation feature of RegistrationMagic, user can receive email on account activation or deletion.

    Please do let us know if you have any further concerns.

    Hi there

    I have the same problem, but I need kind of a second level of approval.
    right now guests have to register and are manually approved (we need specific documents to approve). They choose doctor or pharmacies as roles in this registration form.
    Only pharmacies have the ability to register for the shop. (new form – new documents).
    Right now the only possibilty to change their user roles is for our support team to manually change their roles after our approval.
    I could let them choose their own role in the form like I did in the registration form. But I can’t hold this form changes back until we approve them. So they would be able to use our shop before we have approved them. Is there a way to change this? Like I said a seccond approval level or the possibility to hold back the form changes until an admin approves the form content?

    Greetings

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