Go To Namecheap.com

Power Up January 2019

Our Latest Product Enhancements, Updates, and Announcements

One of the things we love at Namecheap is finding ways to make our customers happy with our products and services. That means we’re always listening to your feedback—working to give you more of what want and less of what you don’t.

This month, we’re spotlighting a couple of the product features we know you’ll really love. Take a look and let us know what you think!

EasyWP Offers Even More Flexibility

With EasyWP, we know how important flexibility is to our customers—especially when it comes to usability. Because when we remain flexible, you experience the benefits!

The next time you visit your EasyWP dashboard, have a look at some of these new, flexible improvements. You’ll now be able to filter and sort websites faster (ideal for those with multiple sites) as well enjoy an enhanced user experience (increased readability, for starters).

But don’t just take it from us—try it out for yourself today!

Accessing cPanel Just Got Easier

Have you ever struggled with remembering your cPanel login details? Don’t worry, you’re not alone.

At Namecheap, we listened to your feedback and decided it was time to solve this issue. Our solution? A quick and easy way to gain automatic access to cPanel with just the click of a button.

Located in your Namecheap Account Panel, auto-login is designed to give you immediate access to cPanel. Forget having to locate your Welcome Email or contacting our awesome Customer Support Team for help—with auto-login, you’re already ready to go.

Log into your account to get started.

Happy Hosting!

Was this article helpful?
Basil Harris avatar

Basil Harris

Basil is a senior content writer for Namecheap, Inc. Based in Seattle, he works as a freelance copywriter, actor, teacher, performance and presentation coach, and musician. Against the advice of his friends, children, and personal physician, he’s recently become obsessed with skateboarding and personal electronic transportation gadgets. More articles written by Basil.

More articles like this
Next Post

5 Things to Never Include in a Domain Name

Read More