You can use “Custom Field” as an email address field.
– Create a shared field using “Advanced Fields >> Custom Field” with meta-key “user_email”
– Make HTML5 input type as email
– Put a regex pattern that does not accept the email domains you don’t want. A pattern example for your case can be like ^(?!.*(@domain1|@domain2|@domain3)).*$
– Use the field as an email field in your target forms
Thank you, works fine. Didn’t understand custom shared fields but I do now.
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