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Status Future consideration
Categories Ideas
Created by Tomer Saar
Created on Apr 19, 2019
Merged idea
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Approve ideas portal users granting access Merged

When a user that's not allowed to use the Ideas Portal is trying to register he gets the "Your email domain does not allow you to self register" error. Can I use this error to either redirect the user to ask him to browse to a form where he can enter his email address for approval?

  • Cody M
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    Aug 4, 2022

    Any update on this Aha support?

  • Jan Benkovic
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    Jun 16, 2021

    For us its critical. Any ETA for this? We are considering moving to other solution due to lack of this functionality.

  • JP Racette
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    Jan 12, 2021

    Definetely a most...almost a show stopper to continue using your solution.

  • Guest
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    Jul 2, 2020

    Seriously, I cannot believe this isn't an option.. In a perfect world, it would be great to allow them to fill out a registration form and put that new user in a queue, that we could approve/reject

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Rather than reject users because the domain is not valid send to an approval process

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The self-registration feature in Portals is nice. But the "safe" domains can create some management overhead and unnecessary calls. If the domain doesn't exist then rather than say Your email domain doesn't allow you to self register Have an opt...
Guest almost 9 years ago in Ideas portal 3 Future consideration
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Ability to approve public portal users before they can use the portal.

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We're unable to use a private portal because we don't know the domains of every customer and can't get them. Therefore we're forced to use a public portal, but now our competitors can see the ideas and our responses. I'd like the ability to requir...
Guest almost 5 years ago in User management 3 Future consideration