If you didn't set the setting to force your own pages but still find your registration page is redirecting, this might offer an answer.
The hooks we defined in the plugin, which are meant to hook your own output to, do not get checked on each load. You can however test them [...]
If you're a developer, we have some extra goodies for you [...]
Yes you can. However this will require some custom coding on your end.
If you're a developer, you are probably developing your site locally. The we have some good news for you. We have thought of that [...]
Since 2.5.0 you can now let user register with just an email address. They don't have to enter a username. A username will be generated upon registration and is not used anymore [...]
Not right now... At least not optimal. Using the plugin probably won't break your site, but it might not work as expected outside of the main site.
If you don't know for sure how to use a certain filter, be sure to check out the examples folder in the plugin.
In your emails you have the option to add some variables, which will be 'translated' into a real url/link/text [...]
Yes you can, with remove_action() function.
You can either set a custom value through the admin or create a filter and return it false.
This topic explains a bit about the various available admin tabs.
No, not yet.
We do plan to add it there, but we want to document everything first and optimize the plugin to the fullest.