Transfer domain from GoDaddy to YouStable will result in downtime for a few days. When you transfer
Usually, the domain transfer takes nine to ten days to finish because the ICANN allows the domain transfer users to have time to realize and stop the domain transfer frauds. The domain transfer takes an instant to move from one registrar to another, but ICANN increases the grace period to nine to ten days as a security measure.
Keep in mind that if you are using third-party web hosting services, then the site does not suffer from downtime because the nameservers remain the same.
First, the users have to unlock the domain from the registrar.
Second, copy the GoDaddy Auth Code.
Third, transfer the domain on YouStable.
In simple four steps, you can transfer the domain in a few steps, but you have to wait for a while for the registrar initiate the transfer.
1. Unlock the Domain
Step 1: Go to products, and select the domain, then click on “manage” option.
Step 2: You have two options, you can either renew it, or you can remove the lock. Our main goal is to unlock the domain, so click on the “edit.“ In this case, we are using an expired domain, and this method applies to an active domain as well.
Step 3: The page will refresh, and you can see the domain is unlocked. In some cases, the domain unlocks stays in pending for a day so that the GoDaddy can review the situation.
The review takes one minute to one day to complete, so be patient. The registrars cannot help you with the reviews because it is designed for the users only.
2. Transfer Domain from GoDaddy to YouStable
The transfer period is usually somewhere between nine days to ten days, so don’t panic, if the domain does not get transferred within a week or so.
Step 1: Make sure to unlock the domain, if it is still locked, then click on “transfer domain away from GoDaddy,” and it will take you to the next page.
Step 2: Complete the survey, and the GoDaddy will send you the Auth Code to the registered email address.
Step 3: Create a new account with the YouStable, or you can use an existing account as well.
Step 4: The page redirects to the dashboard and scrolls down until you find the transfer option. Enter the domain name in the empty field, and click on transfer to proceed.
Step 5: Login to the registered email address for GoDaddy email, where you can find the Auth Code.
Step 6: Now, enter the Auth Code in the empty field of YouStable domain transfer page, and click on “Add to cart.”
Step 7: You can add nameservers and purchase other products from the add-on page, and then click on “continue” to proceed.
Step 8: Now, check out and make the payment to complete the domain transfer process.
YouStable servers send a request to the GoDaddy, and the transfer process begins. It roughly takes nine days to ten days to complete the entire process because GoDaddy buys nine days for the users to cancel the domain transfer.