9 thoughts on The New Registration and Login Grammars

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  2. Good article. But I think registration also depends if the service is paid or free. If it is free, you will try to “don’t bother ” the user asking for data to login, meanwhile paid users will agree to fill up all his data (reasonable amount) to get his service up an running ASAP.

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