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In my last post in this series on creating a custom registration form for a Dynamics 365 Portal implementation, I discuss some optional minor user experience enhancements.
In my previous post I completed the process for creating a custom user registration form. However, with a bit more effort, it is possible to enhance the user experience for anyone going through this process.
As I mentioned in my last post, it is important to customize the email that appears in the Send Invitation workflow, including:
Because we’re using the invitation code model for something a bit different, some of the out-of-the-box language on the screen when redeeming might be a bit confusing for users. If you only plan on using invitation code for this registration process, you could update the language to be very specific – otherwise maybe make it a bit more generic. Some of the elements you may want to customize include:
Remember that if any of these settings or snippets don’t already exist in your environment, simply create them with the appropriate name. After making these changes, users will see a screen like this when clicking the link from their email:
This is a more streamlined version that I think will lead to less confusion.
That brings to a close this series of posts – I hope you found them helpful. As I mentioned, the user registration process is an area that usually generates a lot of questions, so if you have another approach you’ve used successfully, please share with the community!
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