Members now have the ability to edit their zones NS (Nameserver Records) directly. This is handy for three situations:
1. You want to delegate a sub-domain to other external nameservers.
2. You want to bring your NS records in line with your domain’s nameserver delegation. Some registries, for example, don’t like it when they see remote3.easydns.com or ns6.easydns.net in the domain delegation because by default, there are no NS records for them (we don’t like to modify everybody’s DNS settings when we add a nameserver, so we use “also-notify” to keep the newer ones in sync). Now users can add the missing NS records, or in other cases, remove NS records that they have not delegated to.
This will also fix the spurious “Missing Nameservers” error reported by DNSreport or DNSStuff
3. To add NS records for third-party external nameservers for members who are supplimenting or mirroring their DNS settings with third party external nameservers (although you don’t really need to do this because again, we use “also-notify” to keep your external nameservers in sync with our master)
The nameserver record editor does not display by default in your DNS settings, you need to enable “Show Nameserver Records” in your domain setting preferences.