How do I open an account & what information do I need?
You can open an account in just 5 minutes by visiting our signup page here. All you need to get started is your email address, password and business/company name - its that easy. You don't even need a credit card and can try Nomify free of charge for 30 days.
Do I need a credit or debit card to open and account?
No, you can sign up for a free trial and there is no obligation to enter your card details. If you'd like to continue using Nomify after your free trial, you can simply enter your details & select the number of employee seats you require via the billing section under your account.
Can I integrate Nomify with 3rd party software
Yes, Nomify offers full access to a very powerful API for all accounts, allowing you to integrate with other software providers, such as payroll and accounting platforms. As Nomify grows, we will eventually open up an App Store with pre-built integrations & plugins, allowing you to quickly link your account to other providers.
What about GDPR & Privacy?
Do you offer support?
Yes, we offer a wealth of support - the easiest way to get help is to contact us via our online form. A message will come straight through to our helpdesk where a member of the team will be in touch. You can also contact us via either our iOS or Android app.
How do I get my staff using Nomify
You can also publish your new Nomify portal URL to colleagues. It will appear in the form of https://mycompany.nomify.me
Your colleagues then have a choice to use Nomify desktop or mobile apps. Our mobile apps currently offer a better user experience, with the ability to do a lot more than our desktop platform.
How do I add / park a domain name ontop of my account?
Currently we have a placeholder for this feature - but it is currently disabled and coming soon to Nomify. Please drop us a message and we'll let you know once this feature is live.
How do I change my account subdomain?
You can do this from My Company located on the left menu when browsing your account and settings. See this article for more information.