In this tutorial you will learn what is in your GoDaddy Account.
Here we will dive into My Domains under Domains.
You can access your domain settings by clicking on Domains.
Under this tab you will see the following sub-headings:
- All domains
- Pending account changes
- Expired domains
- Pre-Registration domains
Let go through each of these for you:
Here you can access all your registered domains. In this section you can get access to the following information:
Here you can turn on Auto-Renew, renew the domain and consolidate expiration dates for domains.
Settings- Under setting you can lock or unlock your domain, turn on your privacy protection.
DNS – Under DNS (domain name servers) you can update Nameservers, cancel DNS or manage DNSSEC* DDS Records.
Ownership – Under this tab you can update contacts, upgrade or downgrade privacy protection, Move to other GoDaddy account, .CA CIRA* Agreement, .xxx Membership ID settings,.US Nexus agreement setting
Forward domains, Manage subdomains,
Add or remove folders.
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Under more you can delete products or add more.
* The DNS Security Extensions ( DNSSEC ) – DNSSEC strengthens authentication in DNS using digital signatures based on public key cryptography. With DNSSEC , it’s not DNS queries and responses themselves that are cryptographically signed, but rather DNS data itself is signed by the owner of the data.
* .CA CIRA – We manage .CA domains on behalf of all Canadians and work every day to build a better online Canada.
You will see if the domain status is active or inactive. Has it expired and can it be recovered. You will also see if the domain is expiring soon. If you have the auto-renew button set to auto-renew (the domain will renew automatically if you turn this on) and if you have a lock on the domain.
In your My Domains section you will also see any tab called Expiration.
Here you will see which domains are about to expire or have expired. You can take control of your domains through this tab.
You can save your searches under the Saved Searches tab.
To the far right you will see a filter drop-down tab. Here you can set filters to go through all your domains quickly. Handy when you have a lot of domains to manage.