Preset Profiles let you select a combination of preset attributes that you can automatically apply to your domain names. You create the profile in your Domain Manager and specify which attributes to include, such as locking and automatic renewal. Once you create the profile, you can add domain names to the profile to update them.
You can include attributes for locking, automatic renewal status, domain name forwarding, masking, contact information, and nameservers.
After creating a Preset Profile in the Domain Manager, you can update domain names to match the attributes in the profile by adding them to the profile.
You can only add a domain name to one Preset Profile.
NOTE: Attributes of a profile override the domain name's attributes. If you move a domain name from one profile to another, the domain name's attributes change to match the new profile.
If you do not include an attribute in the preset profile, that attribute does not update when you add domain names to the profile. For example, you add your hosted coolexample.com domain name and parked example.com domain name to a profile that does not include the Set Nameservers attribute. Both domain names retain their existing nameservers. That is, coolexample.com still uses hosted nameservers and example.com still uses parked nameservers.
NOTE: When you change the following domain name registrant information, you authorize us to reject all requests to transfer the domain name to another registrar for a 60-day period:
• Registrant First or Last Name (if Organization is blank)
• Organization (if not blank)
You can delete a domain name from a preset profile. Deleting it does not delete the profile; it does not delete the domain name from your account; it does change the domain name attributes. Once you delete a domain name from a profile, the profile no longer updates it.
You can edit a Preset Profile. Here's how:
You can delete preset profiles from the Domain Manager. Deleting a profile does not delete the domain names you added to the profile or change their attributes.