Namecheap Upgrades Its Domain Name Search Interface

Namecheap announced that is has upgraded its search functionality, aiming to streamline the process of finding, tracking and purchasing domain names. Now users searching for available domains on Namecheap are presented with a cleaner-looking interface, with domains placed into three extension tabs: Popular, New and International. Those tabs can be drag-and-drop reordered, and users can […]

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Namecheap announced that is has upgraded its search functionality, aiming to streamline the process of finding, tracking and purchasing domain names.

Now users searching for available domains on Namecheap are presented with a cleaner-looking interface, with domains placed into three extension tabs: Popular, New and International.

Those tabs can be drag-and-drop reordered, and users can save prospective picks to be investigated later by favoriting them. The bulk search process has also been simplified.

“At Namecheap we are constantly looking at ways to give our customers the absolutely best experience possible and save them time,” Namecheap CEO Richard Kirkendall said in a release. “Our new search does exactly that by giving our customers complete control over the results they want from their domain search and best of all, it’s as easy as pie for folks to set up.”

Here’s a screen grab of a test search in the new interface:

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