We are delighted to announce the completion of our roll out of dedicated sub domains for all our cloud hosted customers!
Following a desire expressed by a few of our existing customers to be able to have their cloud-hosted MIDAS systems accessible via dedicated sub-domains of mid.as, at the start of this year we began providing this to all new customers who chose a cloud hosted edition of MIDAS.
For instance, if you purchased a cloud-hosted edition of MIDAS in 2016 and your company was called “My Organization”, you would have been able to chose the dedicated MIDAS domain https://my-organization.mid.as for your hosted scheduling system.
However, if your company was called “My Organization” and you purchased a cloud-hosted edition of MIDAS prior to 2016 – before dedicated mid.as sub-domains were available – you’d instead have been accessing your MIDAS system via https://mid.as/my-organization
The good news is that from today, we’ve now rolled out dedicated mid.as sub-domains to all our hosted customers who purchased prior to 2016 as well!
So, if you previously accessed your hosted MIDAS system via https://mid.as/my-organization, you’ll now have the dedicated sub-domain https://my-organization.mid.as (Old mid.as/my-organization URL’s will continue to work and redirect to my-organization.mid.as for some time)
If you purchased a cloud-hosted MIDAS system prior to 2016, we’d like to encourage you to update your bookmarks & links to point to your new dedicated mid.as sub-domain going forward!
There are a few things to note when updating your bookmarks/links:
- If your hosted MIDAS URL previously contained any underscores (_), you’ll need to change these to hypens (–) when updating your bookmarks/links, for example:
https://mid.as/my_organizationwould now become
- If your hosted MIDAS URL previously contained a domain name (other than mid.as) (i.e. .co.uk, .com, etc), you’ll need to remove this part when updating your bookmarks/links, for example:
https://mid.as/myorganization.comwould now become
- If your hosted MIDAS URL previously contained any period characters (.) (other than the initial period in the primary “mid.as” domain), you’ll need to remove these when updating your bookmarks/links, for example:
https://mid.as/my.organizationwould now become
If you have any questions, or aren’t sure what the new dedicated sub-domain for your particular hosted MIDAS system is, please don’t hesitate to contact us and we’ll be happy to help!