Now when filtering your domains using a segment, DomainMOD will tell you which domains in the segment are stored in DomainMOD (indicating whether or not the domain is active or inactive), as well as which domains don't match, and lastly it will tell you which domains matched but were filtered out based on your other search criteria. Each of the resulting lists can be easily viewed and exported for your convenience.
It took quite a bit of work to get this feature implemented, but the segment filtering just felt incomplete without it. It was still a very useful feature, but now it's incredibly powerful, and I hope to add on to the functionality in the future.
Having used DomainMOD myself for many years now, I was getting a bit bored with how things looked, so I had a logo created to give the software a bit of personality.
In the near future I also hope to work with a designer to give the look and feel of DomainMOD a complete overall. To call myself "graphically challenged" would be a major understatement, as in, I can't even draw stick people properly, so I'm not even going to attempt to pretty things up myself. Instead, I'm on the lookout for a pro that can make the look and feel of DomainMOD match its usefulness.
The domain and SSL certificate search pages now allow you to export your search results. And they don't just export the columns you currently have displayed on these pages, they export every single piece of information associated with your domains and SSL certificates, including any custom fields you've created. They also export the data in whatever order you've chosen on the search page, as well as listing all of your search criteria in the top of the export file.
The best way to get familiar with the new export feature is to perform a couple searches and take a look at the exported data. You'll quickly see what a great addition this feature is to DomainMOD.
In order to focus on the development of the actual DomainMOD software, I've decided to remove the Test Data system entirely. Although this system allowed users to easily generate some test data and get a feel for the software, it complicated the development process and added unecessary overhead to the software as a whole. Most importantly, it took me away from adding other, more useful features to the core software.
Now instead of testing the software by installing it and generating some test data, you can simply visit http://demo.domainmod.org to take DomainMOD for a test drive.
A new IP Address section has been added to DomainMOD, so you can now store information about your IP Addresses, export the information, run reports against it, sort your domains and SSL certificates by it, and so on.
Thanks to Yahoo! Finance's free API, I'm happy to announce that currency conversions have been completely automated. Now instead of having to manually update the conversions one-by-one on a regular basis to ensure proper financial reporting, all you have to do is make sure your default currency is set and your conversion rates will be updated automatically and seemlessly in the background while you use the software.
To say that this feature pleases me would be a huge understatement. I personally use DomainMOD on a daily basis, and updating the currency conversions manually was always such a boring, tedious task, and I'm happy that nobody will ever have to go through that process ever again. If I could give Yahoo! Finance a big hug, I would.
This section has been setup so that visitors can keep up-to-date on all things DomainMOD. Whether it's an announcement of a new feature being added, a release of a major version, or an update to DomainMOD.org, this is the place to read about it.
If you would like to view updates made specifically to the DomainMOD software, check out the Changelog.