Our dev team makes it rain positive change, although they cringe at being called “Rainmen” (yet you should see them play cards.) They’ve been cranking out web goodness and have made the following improvements:
- Added more templates to the DNS management page,
- Updated the account contacts & Domain contacts page,
- Added more options to the Email Domains tool,
- Added a way to stop a transfer from going out and
- Updated account settings page.
As Product Manager Shannon says, “We pushed another exciting update to account management. There is now an Account Settings page where users can edit their contacts, enable or disable renewal notices, and edit default nameservers. Users could always do this stuff but it had previously been part of the Account Contacts page. This is what it looks like:
Meanwhile, Smitty, who’s in dev, heralded the nameserver changes:
This morning we are pushing an update to the nameserver management page. Customers will now be able to select nameserver templates from a dop down. The templates are dynamically generated nameserver groups based upon the nameservers that the customer is currently using for all other domains in the account. Please let us know if you notice anything out of the ordinary.
And this with some interesting new terminology:
Today we are deploying the new contact management pages. All of the previous domain/account contact management
functionality is still intact, only with a slicker, cooler, more manageable, form validator-able, tabable upgrade! Most notably, we have integrated Google’s phone number validation library, which should help international customers get those pesky phone numbers updated correctly. As always, please let us know if you run into any issues.
See “tabable” in action…
And here’s a note from P-Fro in dev about the transfer cancel feature:
We’ve just pushed a feature where customers can cancel a transfer out of Name.com from the domain management page…
To come: Revamp of domains list page that will include new features like a ways to search and categorize/group domain names.