With Improved Registration you can manage Joomla users registrations by creating simple rules. You can, for example, block all users with an email address of a certain domain, or accept only users with defined usernames, or also assign user to user group automatically on Joomla based on email address and username.
How to stop fake users from registering? Improved Registration can help you to prevent spam users registration on Joomla website.
Improved Registration can assign user to different user group based on the domain of their email address.
Also, in each rule made by yourself, you can read in a message the effect that the rule will applies to future registrations.
Improved registration can simplify the Joomla registration form by remove unneeded fields from Joomla registration form, such as "repeat email" and "repeat password". Several studies have shown that the simplicity of compiling a form, is the base for an excellent conversion factor, because often when an user has difficulties to fill a form, or the form is too long and boring, the user switch the page, or the worst, switch to another website.
By this component, you can turn on user registration by email in Joomla, which allows to not enter as a must own name and own username during the registration process.
By using Improved Registration you can setup a registration form where users will be able to sign up by just two fields, email address and password.
To setup the component the first action to do is to turn on the associated plugin Improved Registration which will manage all the options selected in the component; without this plugin the component cannot run.
Then you must setup Improved Registration options. You can open component options from component menu or by Option button in the right up corner in component view.
In Registration form tab you can manage how the registration form of your website should look by show or hide some fields.
In Users registration tab you can manage registrations. Here you must select from BLACK LIST or WHITE LIST. This general rule will be used for every rules you will create in the component. You can block all users but allow to some users to sign up by the whitelist, or you can allow registrations but block some users by the blacklist.
Here you can select the general behaviour of the component. Then you can create rules to define which results you want to achieve.
Yes, you can hide "repeat email" and "repeat password" fields, and you can let users to register by email address instead to use username.
Yes, you can setup a blacklist of usernames and emails to not let them to register to your website.
Yes, you can create a rule to assign one email address or all email addresses from a domain to a different user group.
Yes, you can setup a whitelist, so only usernames or email addresses in the list can register to your website.