Can I use any domain as my own domain?
In Cuttly, you can add any domain or subdomain as long as you own it or have the rights to use the domain you want to add.
To add your own domain or subdomain to Cuttly, you need to add it after logging in to Cuttly and set changes to the domain records: DNS A and DNS TXT.
A DNS A record is required for the domain to function properly to work with short links. It should be remembered that if there is a website on the domain being added, it will not be available after changing the DNS A record.
DNS TXT is required for domain verification.
Once added, the domain must be verified and approved in order to be used to create your own links.
Find out more about the options available in your subscription plan here: Cuttly pricing and features
What is custom domain?
How many custom domains can I add in Cuttly?
Can I use any domain as my custom domain?
Can I use any subdomain as my custom domain?
Can I add a domain where I have my website?
How to add custom domain in Cuttly?
Where to find the DNS A parameter needed to configure custom domain?
Where to find the DNS TXT parameter needed to configure custom domain?
Why has my domain been rejected?
Why is my domain still being verified?
I do not have my own domain - where can I buy it?
How do I set redirect for index / root and 404 for my custom domain?
How do I set up SSL and HTTPS for my custom domain?
How do I remove my custom domain?
Will my links still work after I delete my domain?
Why do I need to configure DNS A and DNS TXT for my custom domain?
Can I replace my custom domain for existing links with another custom domain?