To register, simply visit pottermore.com and click on the sign up button in the top right hand corner. Pottermore opened to the public on the 14th April 2012.
No, it is free to make an account.
You sign up for Pottermore on the website www.pottermore.comFrom September 2015, Pottermore no longer had registered accounts.
Yes, you need an email address to register on Pottermore.
You cannot join the Quidditch team on Pottermore.
In September 2015 the Pottermore website was completely redesigned and relaunched. The website no longer has user accounts and is able to browse freely.Previously to join Pottermore you would take the following steps:Go to the website and in the top right hand corner you will see a blue button that says sign up. Click on that button and follow the steps. Note that Pottermore did not allow you to choose your own username. You were given a choice of generated usernames to pick from as the site is aimed at children of all ages and that helped protect them.
Pottermore is designed for all ages and actively encourages young children to join. To protect children you are not allowed to enter your own username. Instead, you can choose from five randomly generated names when you register. This ensures that nobody can register with an inappropriate username.
Go to www.dizzywood.com and click Play Now and then click the Join for Free button and you can register to play Dizzywood.
During the beta phase, new members were unable to register for Pottermore. The site opened in April 2012 and you should now be able to sign up.
Early April 2012 has been the confirmed date.
Pottermore has no age limit. Those under the age of 13 need to have their parent or guardians permission.
Pottermore was supposed to open in October 2011. Unfortunately, the opening was delayed until April 2012.