Upon a User Registering, Give automatically sends users a User Registration Information email. This article explains the various options on the User Registration Information email page at Donations > Settings > Emails (tab).
User Registration Information Notification Settings
Settings Type: Radio
Options: Enabled | Disabled
This setting enables or disables the email altogether. If you select “disabled” no emails will be sent by Give to the user on a successfully completed user registration. When enabled, the User Registration Information email sends upon successful completion of a user registration.
Settings Type: Text field
Options: Any email subject.
Default: [Site Name] Your username and password
This setting allows you to customize the email subject line. The subject line supports email tags (see below for an explanation). To avoid spam filters, keep them short and not sensational “You’re a winner!” will likely get flagged as spam.
Settings Type: Editor
Options: Any HTML or plaintext message.
To reset your password, simply click the link below which will take you to a web page where you can create a new password.
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There are many ways to customize this message to your liking. Pay close attention to this email since it’s a good opportunity to enhance your relationship with your users.
Directly below the User Registration Information field, you’ll see a list of “template tags” that can be used to customize this message along with a brief description of each one. Refer to this article for a full list of available Email Tag.
Email Content Type
Settings Type: Drop-down/select
Options: HTML | Plain
This setting determines whether the output of the email is plaintext or html. Some folks prefer plaintext emails, and this setting can also be used to check deliverability: if HTML is not working, try plaintext.
Settings Type: Two buttons
Options: Preview Email | Send Test Email
Note: before using either option, be sure to save the settings using the “Save Changes” button at the bottom of the page.
The Preview Email option opens an email in a new browser tab or window, along with a drop-down menu to be able to toggle between recent donations to preview content from those donations as it relates to the sample email.
The Send Test Email option sends a test message to the main administrator email account for the site. (Which is set in the main WordPress settings at Settings > General > (Email Address)