- Martin GardnerAsked on February 07, 2018 at 05:32 AM
I am considering using Jotform to support player registration for my football club. We have 20 teams of varying ages (child to adult).
The registration process should be:
Register as a user of <Jotform> - which includes verification of the registered email address
Once registered complete a player registration form(s).
I can see it possible to create very good player registration forms but these would not be valid if not associated with a verified user.
- genebrionesAnswered on February 07, 2018 at 07:49 AM
Yes, Jotform can verify an email address. You have two options.Email verification before form submission. Email verification after form submission.
For the first option, you can use the Email Validator widget, which you can add via the Widgets section. See screenshot:
Essentially, the widget will require a user to verify an email first before the form is submitted. A verification code will be sent via email.
For the second option, you can use the Submission Verifier app. It’s a longer process, but what this app does is it allows users to submit your form, regardless if the email is valid or not.
Once the form is submitted, a link will be sent to initiate the verification. There is a nifty guide here which you can use to enable this feature.
Let me know if this works.
- JotForm Supportashwin_dAnswered on February 07, 2018 at 07:50 AM
Please note that you can take advantage of our "E-mail Validator" widget. Please note that this widget sends a pass-code to the email address of the user entered on the form. User needs to copy the pass-code from their email in-box and paste it in the verification code input box on the form. Upon successful validation of the pass-code, user will be able to submit form.
I believe this widget will fit into your requirement.