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You can link your own custom domain to the apps. This means that the app will be available on app.mydomain.com instead of app.notionapps.com, making it easier to promote the app with your branding when sharing it with others.
Subdomains under a root domain count as a single custom domain. For example, blog.mydomain.com and sales.mydomain.com will be counted as one custom domain.
However, if you have two apps, one linked with mydomain.com and the other with myseconddomain.com, these will be counted as two custom domains.
Below you can find the DNS settings that need to be included on your domain registrar's (GoDaddy, Namecheap, Google Domains, etc) or DNS provider's (Cloudflare, Netlify, etc) website.
For a root domain like
example.comyou'll need to add the following records:
Make sure to remove any old A records or AAAA records for your root domain or old CNAME entries for www in your DNS settings if your provider does not do this automatically.
For a subdomain like
blog.example.comadd this record:
Make sure to remove any old A records for your subdomain or CNAME entries for the subdomain in your DNS settings if your provider does not do this automatically.
To add a domain to your app,
- 1.Open the NotionApps app builder
- 2.Go to App Settings
- 3.Add your custom domain to the input in the Custom Domain section
After entering your own domain address in the popup, if you haven’t already done so, you'll then need to make some changes to the DNS settings through your hosting provider.
You would need to change your DNS records through your domain registrar's (GoDaddy, Namecheap, Google Domains, etc) or DNS provider's (Cloudflare, Netlify, etc) website. For specific instructions, view the content inside the blocks above.
If you run into issues, please make sure that you have:
- Added new DNS records to your domain provider
- Removed old DNS records
- Waited up to 24 hours for new settings to propagate