Email verification for woo commerce accounts
Hi, it would be great to have the option of verifying email addresses before activating a customer account.
Since WooCommerce uses the WordPress registration system, confirming email addresses is something best left to WP core + plugins. This is not something specific to eCommerce.
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This is an important item, email verification on ckeckout, many thanks!
YES, it is a MUST to have such function in order to prevent fake and SPAM accounts! it should say: "Validate your account with a confirmation email that you will receive"....
how i get Email verification for woo commerce accounts
I am looking for this as well. Please do it. Thanks!
Hey all, After trying a lot of plugins I managed to get this functionality by using Register Plus Redux (free), it also lets you add extra fields to the registration form. Hope that helps.
please do this
Why this is not common sense to do is beyond me. Lets get it done!
Yes, we need that too! (people make mistakes typing their email address, regardless of whether you ask it once or ten times) - thanks
Apparently they do :) this feature is now under review! Woooooo!
Does anybody even reads these suggestions?
Jai Lakshwani commented
Dear WooCommerce Team,
Kindly add module in your plugin to send verification link on users mail id before activate their account. It is very essential feature in every eCommerce framework. Just because of unavailable this feature in WooCommerce, My clients prefer to use other available eCommerce framework.
I hope in near future, Your team will integrate this require feature as earliest as possible.
Yes, it is great and important
Yes please, it is very important to validate the email of the customer, in case they enter an invalid email or they make a mistake. Thank you!!!
Tanner Linsley commented
I think this would be an amazing option in woocommerce.
Something to the effect of: Require email verification on user registration
They would have to activate their account to register!
Timm Dapper commented
This is actually something we'd feel is pretty important. We are trying to attract customers with free giveaways and have them create an account with us in return, so we can potentially contact them (and even if it's just about updates). Many customers leave fake e-mails and can then download the product in their download area.