I had a problem to disable password checking (password1 with password2) in
django-allauth package. Because nowadays, sign-up forms never get two passwords in form.
After searching, I found this switch to turn this option off:
ACCOUNT_SIGNUP_PASSWORD_VERIFICATION = False
You can put this on your
This switch is
True by default, you can set this to
django-allauth never check passwords in sign-up form and
password2 became optional.
By default while signing up for a account in
django-all-auth, a user has to type in his password twice. This is done to prevent unintentional typing errors.
This feature is configurable and can be changed via the
ACCOUNT_SIGNUP_PASSWORD_VERIFICATION setting (which OP also mentioned above).
When signing up, let the user type in their password twice to avoid typo’s.
ACCOUNT_SIGNUP_PASSWORD_VERIFICATION is set to
True by default. Since you don't want this functionality you can just set this setting to
False in your