You no longer have to log in twice at GoDaddy Auctions.
GoDaddy has released a fix to the login issue on GoDaddy Auctions.
It’s more of a hack, really. But it helps.
Previously, when you clicked the “log in” button on GoDaddy Auctions, you entered your username and password, only to then be sent to the GoDaddy website where you had to enter the information again.
Now, when you click the log in button on GoDaddy Auctions, you’ll get a pop up in which you have to click a button that takes you to the GoDaddy login page. You will be returned to the auctions site after logging in on the GoDaddy site.
In other words, you now only have to enter your credentials once.
Paul Nicks, VP of Aftermarket at GoDaddy, explained the issue on the DNW Podcast that will be released on Monday. Essentially, the system is verifying GoDaddy Auctions membership before allowing you to log in.
Now, Shane Cultra will no longer have such a complicated experience logging in:
What I have to do to log in to the Godaddy auction page
— Domain Shane Cultra (@DomainShane) October 24, 2019