We’re moving to the next tab, named Accounts. There are only a couple of settings here that you need to pay attention to:
The setting for Accounts is as follows:
The first part, Account Pages, and My Account Endpoints may all be left at their default settings.
The Registration Options deserve some more attention. First of all, you set where the customer can create a new account for the store. Make it easy and enable them both. Next, by default WooCommerce will show a reminder on the checkout page, so that existing customers remember to log in.
At Account Creation, WooCommerce can use the e-mail address as a username, or let the customer pick a username for themselves. The default option is generally the best one because customers often forget the
usernames they chose. Besides that, the username must be unique, so in a large shop, it could become a frustrating task for a user if the username of their choice has already been taken.
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