System shows you which of your domains are about to expire and lets you transfer them to Uniregistry.
Uniregistry (the registrar, not registry) has launched a new dashboard called “Domain Tracker”.
It’s the first integration between Frank Schilling’s registrar and his domain sales/parking platform DomainNameSales.com.
The dashboard pulls in all the domains you have listed on DomainNameSales.com and shows their nameservers, expiration dates and registrar.
Uniregistry’s goal is to get you to transfer the domain names to the registrar, but the tool should prove helpful even to people who choose not to use Uniregistry. Here’s how the dashboard looks:
The dashboard calls out how many domain names are expiring within the next 30, 60 and 120 days. Most people think about transferring domain names when they are to expire, and each box on the page has a “transfer now” button.
There’s also a callout that shows domain names listed for sale on DomainNameSales.com that are unregistered. These are domain names you listed and then let expire. It’s handy that Uniregistry will register them for you with one click, but it would be even more helpful if there was a way to quickly remove them from your DNS account.
People who use DNS will probably find this tool helpful. I personally manage expirations through a combination of Watch My Domains Pro and DomainTools’ Domain Monitor; perhaps I’ll add Uniregistry’s system as a backup.