Ars Technic March 20, 2019 13:38:38The Toronto-based company that has been a thorn in the side of the web’s dominant domain name service (DNS) provider has added a new feature that allows users to automatically update their browsing experience.
The company, which specializes in providing search engine optimization for websites on the internet, announced the update today.
The ‘Auto-Update’ feature will automatically send a request to Toronor.com, the company that owns the domain name “toronto” and hosts its own web page.
Users can then click on “update” to continue.
The update comes in response to recent concerns about the way Torono.com is working.
Earlier this month, a group of users on Torontotalk.com complained that the site was slow and was not working properly when they tried to visit a new page, only to find that they had already been redirected to a page that looked like the one that they’d requested.
Toronotalk, which has more than 4 million subscribers, has long maintained that the service is not a service but a tool for helping Torontomans find websites that are out of date.
In March, it said it would be adding a “automatically update” feature, which allows users who have already visited a Toronto.org page to get the service’s latest updates.
Since then, users have been reporting slow access to their Torontobucks.com domain, as well as a number of other problems.
The new feature will be rolling out to Torontos.com users in the coming weeks.