Zephr User Guide

Forgot Password Fields

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The available fields for the Forgot Password form are as follows:

  • Text

    This defines a text field.

    The following default Text fields can be defined:

    • Reset your password
    • A message with a code was sent to…
    • Enter the code in the box below

    These can all be updated in the same way.

    To define a text field, complete the following steps:

    1. Select the three dots at the end of the Text row
    2. Select Edit

      The Text dialog box displays, as illustrated below:

      Text

    3. Enter the text you want to display in the text box

      Note: If you want to format the text, for example to include a heading or a list, use the formatting bar at the top of the text box.

    4. Select the Save button to save your changes and return to the Login screen. Selecting the Cancel button displays the Login screen without saving any changes

    You can remove this field as follows:

    1. Select the three dots at the end of the Text row
    2. Select Delete

      The field is deleted immediately.

  • Email Address

    This displays a field in which the end user can enter their email address

    To edit the text displayed, complete the following steps:

    1. Select the three dots at the end of the row
    2. Select Edit

      The Enter Email Address dialog box displays, as illustrated below:

      Enter Email Address

      At the top of the Enter Email Address dialog box, you can see a representation of the email address field as it appears in your form.

    3. Enter the label you want to display above the email address field in your form in the Input Box Label Text text box
    4. Enter the text you want to display in the email address field in your form in the Placeholder Text text box
    5. Select the Save button to save your changes and return to the Email Address screen. Selecting the Cancel button displays the Email Address screen without saving any changes
  • Enter Code

    This defines the enter code field.

    To define the enter code field, complete the following steps:

    1. Select the three dots at the end of the row
    2. Select Edit

      The Enter Code dialog box displays, as illustrated below:

      Enter Code

      At the top of the Enter Code dialog box, you can see a representation of the enter code field as it appears in your form.

    3. Enter the label you want to display above the enter code field in your form in the Code Label Text text box. By default, this is pre-filled with Code
    4. Enter the text you want to display in the enter code field in your form in the Placeholder text box. By default, this is pre-filled with e.g. 350271
    5. Enter the text you want to display to allow the user to request that the verification code is sent again in the Resend Text text box. By default, this is pre-filled with Didn’t get a code?
    6. Enter the text you want to display when the text is sent in the Code Resent Message text box. By default, this is pre-filled with Resent!
    7. Select the Save button to save your changes and return to the Login screen. Selecting the Cancel button displays the Login screen without saving any changes
  • Divider

    This defines the divider used in your form.

    To define the divider, complete the following steps:

    1. Select the three dots at the end of the row
    2. Select Edit

      The Divider dialog box displays, as illustrated below:

      Divider

      At the top of the Divider dialog box, you can see a representation of the divider as it appears in your form.

    3. Update the text in the Divider Text text box
    4. By default, the Divider line checkbox is selected. This displays a line either side of your defined text. To remove the lines, deselect the Divider line checkbox
    5. Select whether to display or hide the divider from the Visibility radio buttons. The options are as follows:
      • Show
      • Hide
    6. Select the Save button to save your changes and return to the Email Address screen. Selecting the Cancel button displays the Email Address screen without saving any changes
  • Button (Continue)

    This displays the Continue button, which your end user can use to move to the next step in the form

    To define the text used on the button, complete the following steps:

    1. Select the three dots at the end of the row
    2. Select Edit

      The Button dialog box displays, as illustrated below:

      Button

      At the top of the Button dialog box, you can see a representation of the button as it appears in your form.

    3. Update the text in the Button Text text box
    4. Select the Save button to save your changes and return to the Email Address screen. Selecting the Cancel button displays the Email Address screen without saving any changes