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Confirm Email Address and Password

Have you ever received a message through a WordPress contact form, but couldn't reply because the visitor's email address was entered incorrectly?

When website visitors hand over their email address in a contact form, user registration or newsletter signup form, there can be a huge problem.

You might find that those marketing emails you've got lined up don't get sent. There's an error somewhere that no one picked up. The email address was typed in wrong to begin with.

All it takes is a simple typo but a simple typo in the email address field can cause huge headaches.

A visitor could enter the number 8 instead of 9 and suddenly, you won't be able to get in touch with your new signup.

Whatever your new lead or customer filled in the form for, they will miss out on. This could lead to frustration on their end or even poor customer reviews. They'll feel like they've been forgotten, all because of a simple mistake.

Everyone's left disappointed. You miss out on a lead, and your visitor misses out on all your interesting content or promotions.

Solve this problem with email confirmation fields

Have you seen websites that ask you to type in your email address and password twice to confirm that they're the same? It's common practice on many websites out there and for good reason.

They, like you, have had to deal with typos and errors in form submissions and have used this as a simple solution. You can too, with Formidable Forms.

Instead of letting visitors type in their details incorrectly, confirm email fields in just one simple step.

Formidable Forms has password confirmation and email confirmation fields built right into the Formidable Pro plugin.

With Formidable Forms, we can help you make every lead count, without losing a single one.

Fields to retype password and confirm email address are included in the core Formidable Pro plugin.

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A field to confirm an email address or password is easy to add. This displays an error message if the fields do not match.Retype password to confirm password. Also confirm email address.

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How do email confirmation fields work?

Making your form users confirm email addresses and passwords means they'll be required to retype this information into email address or password fields.

If the two fields don't have matching information, this will flag up an error message. This prompts the visitor to try again to ensure that the field is typed in correctly.

Worried about disrupting the user experience of your forms?

While this might be a minor inconvenience for people speedily filling in your forms, it'll save everyone time in the long run. It's such a commonplace solution nowadays that you're unlikely to deter any customer filling in your forms if you do include an extra step.

Try out an email confirmation form

See how they work by entering two email addresses that don't match.

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Enter Email
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How to confirm email address fields with Formidable Forms

Adding an email address field to confirm contact details or password is easy with Formidable Forms.

Within just two clicks, you ensure that you'll receive more accurate information. Getting the details right the first time will save a lot of time and frustration for you and your visitors.

With Formidable Forms' email address confirmation, you can style the form however you wish. You can get users to confirm the field on the same line or below the field, to achieve the exact layout you would like to see.

Don't miss out on leads when there's such a simple solution right at your fingertips. Add a confirm email address field to your forms and solve those missing leads for good.

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