How To Merge Godaddy Accounts?
How to merge godaddy accounts – Let’s help you with step by step instruction to move domain to another GoDaddy account.
In most of the time, we use to get the below questions in our comment box.
Can you merge my two accounts?
In short, yes! it is possible, simply follow the below steps!
How to Merge Two GoDaddy Accounts
GoDaddy.com, based in Scottsdale, Arizona, is an Internet hosting firm. If you have numerous GoDaddy.com accounts with domains, you can combine them into a single account. You may access and make changes to your domains without having to log in to different accounts when you merge your domains into a single account. This also makes managing your domains and keeping track of your account information much easier.
Step 1: Go to the GoDaddy.com homepage in a Web browser.
Step 2: At the top of the homepage, type your GoDaddy.com user name or customer ID and password, then click the “Go” icon. By merging the account you wish to remove with another account, you’ll be able to use your login details for the account you want to remove.
Step 3: Select “More Settings” from the domain name drop-down menu.
Step 4: Click “Initiate Account Changes” under “More Actions.”
Step 5: Fill in the customer ID for the account into which you want to consolidate this domain. Select “Save” from the drop-down menu.
Step 6: Select “Log Out” from the drop-down menu.
Step 7: Look for an email from Godaddy.com in the inbox of the email account linked with the GoDaddy.com account to which you transferred the domain. GoDaddy.com may take up to an hour to send you this email. Proceed to the next step once you receive this email verifying the transfer.
Step 8: Enter your GoDaddy.com user name or customer ID and password on the GoDaddy.com homepage, then click the “Go” symbol. You’d like to access the GoDaddy.com account where you transferred the domain.
Step 9: Under the “My Account” column, select “Pending Account Changes.”
Step 10. “Incoming Pending Account Changes” should be selected. To complete the process of merging your GoDaddy.com accounts, locate the domain you transferred to this account and click the “Quick Approve” option.
How To Transfer a Domain Between Two Godaddy Accounts?
This is something I had to do lately when I registered a domain in my ‘personal’ account rather than my ‘company’ account by accident.
Searching Godaddy’s support forums is like looking for a needle in a haystack, so I decided to put together a simple how-to guide to assist anyone who need to transfer a domain name.
While my circumstance is unusual (usually individuals only have one Godaddy account), this will assist you if you need to transfer a domain name to another Godaddy account.
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Step 1: use Godaddy’s domain manager.
Go to Godaddy’s domain manager after logging in (pictured above). A list of all the domain names you presently own will appear there. For privacy considerations, I blacked out my domain names in the above graphic.
Step 2: Choose a domain to transfer.
- Select the domain you want to transfer from the drop-down menu.
- Go to ‘More’ in the menu above your domain list and pick ‘begin account change‘.
- Godaddy has begun the process of changing your account.
Step 3: Fill in the email address of the person who will obtain your domain name.
- Change your account by entering the recipient’s email address.
Step 4: There are two options for this step:
The Simplest Method:
1. If you know the username of the person to whom you are donating the domain name, select ‘I have recipient’s username/customer #’. You can skip the next step if you do this. If at all possible, I recommend contacting the individual to obtain this information before attempting to change ownership.
The Difficult Approach:
2. If you don’t know their username, click the “insert new contact information” button. This means you’ll need to fill in their name, address, and phone number, among other details. It’s a lot simpler if you just know their username.
Step 5: Confirm and submit your application.
It’s critical to get the contact information correct. If you type the username incorrectly, Godaddy will display a ‘invalid’ notice before allowing you to submit the information.
Step 6: If you’re the “Sender,” your task is completed. If you’re a “Recipient,” this is where your work begins.
A notification email will be sent to the recipient informing them that a domain name is awaiting an account change. However, because this email is time-sensitive, the recipient must act quickly.
The Pending Account Change period is only seven days long. So, if the recipient does not accept the new domain within that window, the first person must repeat the process.
Go to Domains in the Recipient’s account and select “Pending Account Changes” from the drop down menu.
Pick the domain name (it should be in the list) and select “Accept” from the top menu under “Incoming Pending Changes.”
Changes to Godaddy’s incoming accounts
Transfer my domain to a different GoDaddy account. The new domain should appear in your domain list almost immediately.