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  • Domain Name Pattern Filter Explained
    The pattern filter can be a very powerful tool in finding good domains. It uses regular expressions to find domains that match your specified pattern without you having to try out every possible combination yourself.
Yesterday

More Domain Name Search Changes
I've fixed some speed related problems and the new search cluster is now live. The combination of both speeds up every search noticeably. Also some unfinished expired lists are no longer in the domain name search. Some users noticed that you could already find TLDs in the domain name search that were not released yet. This is not possible anymore, however if you are one of those users, contact me. Let me know what TLD you are interested in and I will prioritize it.

2018-09-19

Increased the Speed of the Domain Name Search
The "Domain Lists" and the "TLDs" filter are now static and not created dynamic based on the current search. Turns out creating these 2 filters dynamically was slowing down the search tremendously. It even made certain requests impossible. For example now you can do a dot search that affects all .com domains and get a result with over 150mio domains in reasonable time. I'm also working on a new search cluster that will make searching even faster (not released yet).

2018-09-14

re-added the old 32 TLD focused TLDs Reg column
If for some reason you don't want/like the new TLDs Reg column and you want the old 32 TLD focused one back, you can do this now. The columns is back in the column manager under a new name and I've added a filter for it. So you can have both columns or just the one you like. I will keep supporting both!

2018-09-12

The TLDs Reg Column now also uses my new Status Index
The Index is a lot faster than before. That means I can update the domains a more often. It also supports a lot more TLDs (around 2,393 so far). It includes ccTLDs, nTLDs, ngTLDs and a lot of second level ccTLDs. The link of the column value now links to the domain details page. This makes checking what TLDs the domain name is registered in easier.

2018-09-11

Updated the Domain Details Page Status Check
The Domain Name Status Check on the Domain Details page now uses a new Availability Index that supports a lot more TLDs. The old check supported a maximum of 32 TLDs. The new check supports up to 2,393 TLDs and rising. TLDs are only included on the Details Page if they make sense, so not every TLD is shown every time!