Go to the Toolset -> User Forms page and click the Add New button at the top. A wizard will guide you through the steps.
First, give a name to your form.
In the next step, select the main form options. This includes selecting a role for the created user, what to show after submitting the form, and other.
Next step, you need to build the form’s content. Click the Auto-generate form content button and a dialog will appear. Select the fields you want to use in your form.
The dialog lets you reorder and disable fields. You cannot disable mandatory fields and they have a lock icon next to them.
When you are done, click the Insert button. Auto-generated fields are inserted into the form contents.
The final step of the form-creation wizard allows you to add e-mail notifications.
When the user form is submitted, it can send notification emails. For example, when users register, you will want to send them their username and password, or a reset password link.
You can add multiple email notifications to be sent to different recipients.
You can insert Toolset forms into any WordPress content including pages, posts and any custom type. Edit the content and click on the Toolset Forms button.
In the pop-up dialog that appears, select the form you want to insert.
When using Toolset Layouts to design your content, insert a User Form cell into your layout and select the form you just created.
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