RideAmigos offers several different methods for allowing users to register for for your programs. The most common of these methods is self-registration using name and email address. Other options include registering with a Facebook account, or via a 3rd-party single sign-on (SSO) system.

Basic Self Registration

Clicking the ‘Register’ button in the menu bar initiates the registration process.

All platforms require a minimum of name, email address, and a password for users to self-register.

Registration Step 1 Screen

By default, step 2 of registration requires users to enter home and work ZIP Codes. Users can also select any public networks they wish to join, such as regional or employer networks.

Registration Step 2 Screen

Finally, users must agree to terms and conditions and privacy policy to complete registration.

Once a user is registered they are immediately logged in.

Additional Registration Steps

Depending on the nature of the transportation programs you are running using RideAmigos, you may wish to include additional steps or questions during user self-registration.

Possibilities include:

  • Employee or similar ID number
  • Full home and work addresses instead of ZIP Codes
  • Phone number
  • Filtered or multi-stage network selection
  • Preferred commute mode and times
  • Interest in alternative commute modes
  • Additional program interests

All additional registration questions can be made optional or mandatory, grouped into additional pages, and steps renamed. Below are some examples from customer sites.

Multi-stage employer/regional network options

Preferred commute mode and times

Registration Commute Mode Screen

Phone number and additional interest questions

Registration Additional Questions Screen

Submit a ticket to our support team if you need to change or update your platform’s registration questions.

Registration Restrictions

If you want to allow self-registration but still restrict access, you can do so by only allowing users to register using specific email domains. Contact our support team if you need to change or update your platform’s domain restrictions.

Using single sign-on (SSO) is another method for restricting platform access, but requires significantly more configuration than domain restriction. SSO also bypasses all of the usual self-registration process. Read more about registration via single sign-on.