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Self-registration without email collection 1 year 4 months ago #89283

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I'm having a little trouble understanding the various "anonymous", "open access" etc modes. Can we do this:

1) Anyone can come along and register, creating a username and password
2) We don't collect email addresses - they don't need to give us one to fill out.
3) They can use that username/password for future surveys, which will contain references to their past answers.

I see there is a workaround by editing PHP , but I'd prefer to avoid this if possible. (Maintaining custom versions of source code is a pain every time you upgrade, reinstall, etc etc)

Also, will we need to use tokens for the above?
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Aw: Self-registration without email collection 1 year 4 months ago #89294

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Don't know a feature added to control that behaviour via the GUI.

Add a feature request about that idea.

The Workaround seems to be for old versions. Be careful when trying to change the code.
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Re: Aw: Self-registration without email collection 1 year 3 months ago #91585

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Just following up, I found a solution. It's pretty easy to do using Javascript to modify the templates.

I wrote about it in more detail in this blog post, under "avoiding personal information".

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