In your WordPress dashboard, navigate to "Users -> WPUM Settings -> Registration" to access the registration settings panel.
The following settings screen allows you configure the way registration process works on your website.
Registrations Status: indicates wether registration is enabled or disabled on your website. This isn't a setting manageable through WPMU. This is a core WP setting. Navigate to "Settings -> General" to enable registrations on your website.
Default user role: indicates the default user role assigned to users upon registration. This isn't a setting manageable through WPMU. This is a core WP setting. Navigate to "Settings -> General" to change the default user role.
Users custom passwords: enable this option to let users enter a custom password upon registration. If disabled, WordPress will generate a random password for the user and send it via email.
Custom Role Selection
WPUM allows you to let users decide their user role upon registration. If enabled, users can select a role through the registration form.
Allow role section: enable this option to let users select a custom role upon registration.
Allowed Roles: select one or more user roles that your visitors can select upon registration. Your visitors can only select 1 user role.
Terms & Conditions
Enable terms & conditions: if enabled, a checkbox will appear inside the registration form that your visitors must check in order to agree to your terms & conditions.
Terms Page: select the page that contains your terms. This will be linked into your registration form.
Anti-spam Honeypot: if enabled, a simple antispam field is added to the registration form. You will not see this field into the registration form.
Login after registration: if enabled, users are automatically logged in after registration. This option only works when custom passwords are enabled.