DNSimple changelog
DNSimple changelog

Capture the "Why" of your DNS with record notes.




We’re thrilled to announce the release of one of our most anticipated, in-demand features: Record Notes. No more "Wait, why did I create this TXT record?” Now, with Record Notes, you can easily see the changes made along with why you made them. Read more in our latest blog


Support for ECC signatures now available




Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC) signatures are the future for SSL Certificates signing. We are pleased to announce that we now support ECC signatures in our commercial certificates. Read more in our latest post

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Improving Validation Errors in API Clients




Say goodbye to generic, vague validation failed messages when dealing with validation errors in our API clients. We made several improvements to bring you the best possible domain management automation experience. Read more πŸ‘‰ in our latest post

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Improved delegation for Secondary DNS & DNSSEC




The team at DNSimple has recently improved delegation handling for both Secondary DNS and DNSSEC. Find out why this is important, how it works, and the history behind this enhancement.


Host your Handshake domains with DNSimple




At DNSimple, we're constantly keeping up with innovations in DNS and the domain space. Read how DNSimple can help you manage your Handshake domains in our recent post.


Supporting IPv6 Endpoints for Primary and Secondary DNS Hosting




You can now use IPV6 Endpoints for your zone transfer service for Secondary DNS πŸŽ‰ Read more in our latest post

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Webhook suppression management




Monitor & control the health of your webhooks with our new clear suppression feature πŸ‘‰ Read more

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Get Stronger Account Protection with WebAuthn Support




Protect your DNS assets and get stronger account protection with our new WebAuthn support - πŸ”– read more about it in πŸ” our latest blog post


Automate your network with HashiCorp Consul and DNSimple




As applications and services become more complex, so does their operation, and being able to manage the DNS configuration of ever increasing number of services becomes critical in avoiding service downtime. By using the DNSimple Consul integration, you can automatically map all your services to a canonical name to provide access to services even when the underlying infrastructure changes. Find out more in πŸŽ§ our latest video explainer and read about it in our announcement blog post πŸ‘‰ DNSimple's integration with Hashicorp Consul.

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Google single sign-on now available!




πŸŽ‰ We're pleased to announce DNSimple's latest enhancement: Google single sign-on (SSO). Security matters to you. With Google single sign-on, you have even greater control over your team’s access to DNSimple. Link your accounts with your Google Workspace today to automate your user management. Read our latest post for more details