Hello again.

Steps to reproduce:
1. During instalation in step "Configure site" I set "Site email address" to email@example.com.
2. After that system automatically copied this email to user's "Email address".
3. I changed my mind and changed "Site email address" to anotheremail@example.com
4. User's "Email address" did not changed automatically. I think it should.

Comments

gumol created an issue. See original summary.

gumol’s picture

Issue tags: +ux userexperience
cilefen’s picture

Issue tags: -ux userexperience +user experience, +JavaScript, +D8UX usability
nod_’s picture

Version: 8.0.0-rc1 » 8.0.x-dev
Category: Bug report » Feature request

As it is now, it's a feature. The problem is deciding All the cases when is it OK to change the user email value. it's doable, shouldn't add much code but it would mean figuring out all the details of when to update the user email address, there were other priorities so no time was spent on it.

If you do have the time, as long as you can list all the situations where the email address field should be updated a patch can be started. Wouldn't mind lending a hand too.

Nitesh Pawar’s picture

As it is now, It filling "Email address" field from "Site email address" if it is blank. if someone want to add different "email address" and "Site email address" and suddenly he changed his mind and changed "Site email address", then what you expect should he again enter his "Email address"?

droplet’s picture

Version: 8.0.x-dev » 8.1.x-dev

We fill forms from top to bottom, so you won't miss it anyway. And it's a very rarely usage in installation steps. Lower priorities

Hemangi Gokhale’s picture

Assigned: Unassigned » Hemangi Gokhale
Hemangi Gokhale’s picture

Assigned: Hemangi Gokhale » Unassigned

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