Two-factor users should no longer get errors when submitting domains through Domain Listing Service.
GoDaddy has fixed an annoying issue with its Domain Listing Service.
Domain Listing Service allows GoDaddy customers to list domain names on the Afternic network from within their GoDaddy accounts. Customers can also have the system add a GoDaddy-branded for sale lander to their domains.
The glitch was related to two-factor authentication. A user can still be logged in to GoDaddy, but their two-factor authentication for certain services is expired. In these cases, users got an error message when submitting domains through Domain Listing Service.
The only way to fix this was to log out and log in again. Now, when this expiration issue occurs, the system re-engages the login process. Customers can re-enter their credentials and two-factor authentication and the submission process continues as intended.
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