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Custom Domain

Custom Domain Setup

By default, your Anywhere account is accessible through the <YourTeamName> URL. However, if you prefer to use a custom domain, you can easily set it up. Please note that the Custom Domain feature is available in the Grow and higher plans.

Here's how you can configure a custom URL for your Anywhere account:

Once logged into your account, go to Administration > Settings.

Open the Custom Domain tab.

In the Domain field, enter your desired custom domain, e.g., or

Custom Domain Setup

To connect your Custom Domain to your Anywhere account, follow these steps:

Creating a CNAME record:

Access your Domain Provider, such as Cloudflare, Google Domains, GoDaddy, etc.

Navigate to DNS Management and add a new CNAME record.

Choose a name for the CNAME, which can be "app," "projects," or a word of your choice. This will serve as your subdomain. Keep this name handy for the next step.

Set the value of the CNAME record to "****."

Creating a CNAME Record

Creating another CNAME Record:

Add another CNAME record through your DNS provider.

The name of this CNAME record should be afdverify.<YourSubDomain>. For example, if you created the CNAME record as "app" in the previous step, then the name of this CNAME record should be If you used "projects" as your subdomain earlier, then it should be afdverify.projects.

Set the value of this CNAME to "****" (without the quotes).

Creating Another CNAME Record

Once you've updated these records in your DNS provider and chosen the domain you want to use in Anywhere, click "Save All."

Save All

As the final step, please notify us that you've completed these steps. We will make the necessary adjustments on our end to finalize your custom domain setup. You can reach out to us via the support chat or email us at [[email protected]](mailto:[[email protected]]).

Please keep in mind that DNS changes may take up to 48 hours to propagate and reflect your custom domain. We hope you find this guide helpful.

Updated on: 19/09/2023

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