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Assume your are signing up for a software bug tracking solution. Which of the two register forms do you prefer?

Audience:50 U.S.-based respondents
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Option A34 votes
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Option B16 votes
34 Responses to Option A
1

Short forms are inviting, long forms are too much work.

2

i feel like my name wouldnt matter

3

They the same

4

I don't see the need for a name. I could easily be something fake anyway.

5

I feel more comfortable not giving them my name in A. If I chose B I would more than likely give a fake alias anyways.

7

I chose Option A as my top choice because if I had to choose between providing my name and not, I would much rather not have to provide my name.

9

Full name in choice B seems too intrusive for a registration page.

16

I just prefer to put email and name because its slightly faster. I can usually add my name in later if its relevant. They normally dont actually know youre name anyway and it just gets added to emails and messages automatically. Its fine if its just left out.

17

i think the less info the better, so leaving the name out is better, go with A

18

A does not ask for my name which I feel better not giving.

19

I choose A because it does not ask for my name on the log in page.

20

I don't like any site that requires inputtt8ng your jame

22

email and password is standard, full name is a little much, you can always add this at another point

23

most easy to understand

24

I prefer the most simple option with the least amount of information.

25

Prefer the more simple two field sign up page. But some people would prefer to use a separate name rather than their email as an identifier.

26

name is not required on most sign ups, just email and password is enough

27

I'd rather not have to enter in my name.

28

I chose "A" because it's simpler and doesn't ask for my full name. Also there are less steps to fill out.

29

you just need a username and a password no need for a real name

30

I would prefer option A because I don't have to put my name on it.

32

I prefer the more compact one, not sure why I just think it has a more professional feel to it.

33

This form leaves off the name, less information out there. I would choose this one.

34

I don't really see any reason why one would have to input his/her name. The email and password alone should work just fine.

36

avoids the extra field, don't have to put my name in till later if i choose to and just provides a quick signup

37

Considering the service, B makes me suspicious. Don't do that at jump.

38

If I don't have to give my name I don't want to. I'd rather choose "A" since I would not have to give my name out.

39

You shouldn't need my name to register.

43

I like A without the name. This is more comfortable to sign up on.

44

If I was in the market to look for a software bug tracking solution, I would pick option A. However, it is to note that both registration forms look well enough to use and they are very similiar.

46

Option A asks for less information.

47

I would rather not give my name if I didn't have to, so just the email and password would be better.

48

Option A doesn't ask for my full name, which leads me to trust it more than Option B because I'm not sure why a bug tracking software would need that information.

49

It is less information that I have to give.

16 Responses to Option B
6

I would prefer to enter my name because my name might not be part of my email address.

8

I prefer B because I always appreciate forms that have more information per page to eliminate the amount of pressing "next" I have to do. It is more efficient that way.

10

this one looks more trustworthy

11

I suppose my name is important in the form.

12

Prefer B, I think ones name should be given while signing up for the product

13

I'm choosing option B because it is asking for a full name. My thinking is, when you get emails from the company, it will be addressing you by name, making it more personal.

14

I see no issue in giving my name for this purpose

15

Would like to prefer option B because its easy to register not see much difference on both the form

21

I like B is larger and easier to see.

31

The larger more bold logo is centered and attractive. It automatically attracts my attention to the register prompt.

35

I would prefer to enter my name when I register. It feels more official.

40

I prefer option B. It is a larger window, easier to read. You don't feel like they are hiding anything by their small font.

41

this one is easier to see

42

The bigger box makes me feel like I have more room to type. It makes me feel less claustrophobic.

45

because name is also must while creating an account

50

Option B , i feel that this is more professional and formal than option A,

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