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Marvelous Rebrand FAQ
Marvelous Rebrand FAQ

What you need to know about the new name and your site

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Written by Sandy
Updated over a week ago

After much reflection, we've chosen to move forward with a name and brand that feels more inclusive of the broad range of clientele that we serve.

Our new name is Marvelous.

I want to stay with the name Namastream. Do I need to do anything?

If you want to continue with the name Namastream, you do not need to do anything. All of your existing links will continue to work.

I want to switch to the new name Marvelous. What do I need to do?

To switch to the new domain, you'll need to:
1. Login to your Namastream site.


3. Scroll to the bottom where it says "Switch to Marvelous" and toggle YES as shown below.

You will be asked to login (use the same login credentials) and your site is now live on!

If you do switch to Marvelous, here's what you need to know:

Do my links still work?

Yes. All of your Namastream links will continue to work moving forward.

Will the event notifications and password resets come from Marvelous?
Yes. Any notifications or emails will come from Marvelous after you switch over.

What do I do if I want ALL my links to be

You will need to manually change all the links that you have in your emails, social media, website etc. You ONLY need to do this manual work, if you do not want the word Namastream to appear anywhere. (And again.... If you don't manually change your links, your links WILL still work).

What about my students?
After you switch to Marvelous, your students will need to login again.


Is there anything I need to do as a result of this name change?
There is no other action required other than noting the name change because all future receipts and other transactional communications will come from Marvelous.

Need more help?

Our Marvelous support team is here for you if you need any help. Click the chat bubble in the bottom right corner or email us at

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