New Resolution Status widget
A few weeks ago we silently rolled a completed new version of what we call the Resolution Status indicator.
This component lives as a widget in your domain page and tells you if the domain is resolving with DNSimple name servers.
The major change is that resolution status is now checked in real time.
In the past, the indicator consists in a background job run every two hours. Two hours can be a very long time, especially when you can't wait to see your domain up and running.
The new version is powered by the Is It DNSimple? project we published a few months ago. Queries are performed live, with no caching, no delay.
You can read more about the component in our Resolution Status indicator support page.
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