Name.com Updates Account Management UI

Name.com clients received an email this morning announcing some major changes to its account management user interface (UI). The company said that the changes were a result of customer feedback, and I am wondering if it has anything to do with the fact that the company was recently acquired by Demand Media, owner of Enom.

Some new account management featurres highlighted in the email include:

  • Custom labels – assign and search your domain names with custom labels that are similar to (but way cooler than) folders
  • Sort – search your domain names by keyword, TLD, or status to find the exact domain name you want
  • Filter – Reduce clutter and view only the names you want to see

As usual, Name.com shared a video to go over some of the updates and upgrades to its UI:

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