Gumlet is switching to
gumlet.io domain for image delivery starting from 23rd June 2020. Any new source / subdomain created will be of format
example.gumlet.io instead of
example.gumlet.com as it used to be before 23rd June 2020.
There is no change in functionality, whether a gumlet source is created with a .io or .com subdomain. The images will be delivered via AWS Cloudfront CDN for gumlet.io domains.
We are launching our own CDN for image delivery and affordable CNAME on 25th June 2020 (Read more). Images delivered via our own Gumlet CDN will be from gumlet.net subdomains. Gumlet.io is created to distinguish the image delivery via AWS Cloudfront CDN available only to Appsumo, Business, and Enterprise plans (Read more).
Please note, your current production deployment will keep working as it is until 30th September 2020 with
gumlet.com subdomain. There is no immediate action is required.
This is a soft migration, sources created before 23rd June 2020 will work for URLs of both
gumlet.io domains until 30th September 2020. But you are advised to switch your production systems as soon as possible.
If you are using a source like
mywebsite.gumlet.com you will now need to use
The only difference is changing from
.io in domain name.
Your custom domain will keep working as it is. Over next few months, we will reach-out to you with exact instructions for change in DNS records. We will ensure your custom domains keep working as it is for a long time to come and currently no change is required.
Old links to images will keep working fine till 30th September 2020. Beyond that point we will start issueing
301 Moved Permanently codes for all requests to
gumlet.com domain. It will basically redirect your users to this new domain automatically. If you need to ensure that this redirection does not happen, you can move to
This will not have any negative impact on SEO. Your images will be as optimised and fast as it has been so far.