ONBOARDING- Best Practices
Im looking for Onboarding best practices for end-users..
Im finding the current setup unwieldy.
– I dont want to loadup too many fields to fill out when registering so i usually keep it at username, email and password.
– I then do a re-direct to userprofile when logged-in (courtesy of @buddydev)
The problem with this is that when a new USER is logged in for the first time — its not clear that
EDIT exist — whats worse is that other “PROFILE FIELD GROUPS” (thats not part of the initial register screen is buried by default and its not clear that this exist)
*Im using twenty seventeen as theme for https://filmcrew.network
and im sorta forced to load as many details in the registration form.
I use to use @Buddyboss (boss theme) – this worked really well because the MENU system for the user was on a slider -which people sorta intuitively messed around with.
If I had a wish list..
– registration should natively be just email (ycombinator companies usually just need an email address – everything else is sent to you..
– I would love the user onboarding flow to be natively like this.
1) Registration page just has an email address (user presses next)
1a) email is sent to user with password reset
1b) email is sent with a “community welcome letter”
2) User continues with being asked for username
3) User is automatically logged in
4) User is presented with “profile fields group 1”
I would love to see some interesting BP onboarding best-practices..
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