I'm happy to announce that the DNSimple Advanced Editor has gotten a refresh.
The new version makes it easier to manage your domains by providing both a record-type filter as well as a search tool for filtering your domain list.
Additionally the UI has been cleaned up a bit in the process. If you need to switch back to the previous version of the editor you can do so by clicking the link “switch to version 1” link at the bottom of your record list. If you decide to switch back due to any issues with the editor please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know why it isn't working for you so we can improve it. Eventually we'd like to remove version 1 but first we want to make sure it works as you expect it to.
In addition to the new editor we've also released some new APIs. The API now has functionality to change DNS servers to another provider other than DNSimple for domains that you register with us. You may also enable and disable WHOIS Privacy Protection through the API as well. Please note that the first time you enable WHOIS Privacy Protection your account will be charged an $8 fee for 1 year of the service on that domain.
As always please contact support if you have any questions and thank you for being a DNSimple customer.
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