New Video: Migrating GoDaddy to Microsoft 365
If you’re a visual learner, you’re in good company. Research shows that 65% of humans are visual learners. So while BitTitan’s written documentation always gets great reviews from IT professionals, we’re still expanding our popular how-to video series so you can learn about MigrationWiz the easy way. Our newest tutorial will take you through a GoDaddy to Microsoft 365 mail migration from start to finish.
You’ll find that a GoDaddy migration is similar to a standard Microsoft 365 migration, but there are a few important details that you need to be aware of to make sure your migration goes smoothly. Now, you could choose to carefully read over detailed Help Center guides available for this migration type. Or you can pour yourself a cup of coffee and follow along with Mark, our migration expert, as he walks you through the process step-by-step.
What you’ll learn in this video
Even if you’re an old hand at mail migrations, a GoDaddy project has a few twists you’ll want to be aware of before you get started. In a little over 30 minutes Mark takes you through an entire project, including:
Setting up your project: Before starting the migration, you’ll want to make sure you’re using the proper admin account and adding application impersonation. You’ll also see how to set up the Source and Destination in MigrationWiz.
Using migration guides: You’ll see where to find step-by-step guidance for your GoDaddy migration in the BitTitan Help Center. These detailed articles include copy-and-paste commands that eliminate guesswork (and embarrassing typos). Our migration expert shows you how to use a scratchpad to gather and use the information you’ll need.
Modern Authentication: Access detailed instructions for using Advanced Options to properly set up Modern Authentication.
Moving the GoDaddy domain: One of the unique twists to a GoDaddy migration is that the domain can’t be moved until after all the data has been extracted. This video shows you in real time how to contact GoDaddy support in order to get the domain released after migration, and how to request the specific action for a successful project.
Little surprises: As you view this video, you’ll learn about some of the nuances that make a GoDaddy migration unique. You’ll know what to do when errors pop up, and you’ll come away with an idea of how long actions will take so you can build them into your project timeline.
Check out the full library of MigrationWiz tutorial videos. Some, like this new one that details a GoDaddy migration, will come in handy if you need to tackle a unique workload. Other videos in the series are a great way to up-skill your team any time. Chances are the videos will enhance everyone’s learning – or at least 65% of them.