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[Resolved] I cannot set up the user registration page properly

This thread is resolved. Here is a description of the problem and solution.

Problem:
How to include the auto-generated password and username in the notification email body sent to users when they register?

Solution:
Insert the relevant placeholders (%%PLACEHOLDER%%) using the Placeholders button while editing the email body.

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#1155967

I am trying to:

- set up the user registration page properly
- allow access to create a free ad after user successfully registered
- include auto-generated password and username in notification email

I expected to see:

results

Instead, I got:

nothing

#1156224

Nigel
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Can you clarify what isn't working as expected?

The documentation describing how to set up user registration forms is here: https://toolset.com/documentation/getting-started-with-toolset/publish-content-from-the-front-end/forms-for-registering-users/

(It's not so easy to find.)

#1157189

Well, I guess the simple question is to ask first what are the shortcodes to include the "auto-generated" password and username in the notification email body after ppl registered?

#1157691

Nigel
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Timezone: Europe/London (GMT+01:00)

Screenshot 2018-12-03 at 09.51.11.png

For that you don't use shortcodes, you add placeholders (%%PLACEHOLDER%%), which should hopefully be clear from the screenshot.

#1157781

My issue is resolved now. Thank you!