If you want to use your own domain (yourname.com) instead of bio.link/yourname or yourname.bio.link -- we are going to guide you to it! 🤩

Throughout this article, we are going to discuss in detail about connecting a domain you purchased from a domain provider (like GoDaddy, Google... ) to your bio link page.

Feel free to jump to any of the following sections:

Connecting your Domain

  1. Head over to: https://app.bio.link/dashboard/settings

  2. Click on Custom Domain.

  3. Please enter the domain name exactly how you want it to appear in the address bar.

  4. Hit Connect.

Payment

Connecting your custom domain to Bio Link is a paid feature.

  1. Click on "Upgrade and continue."

  2. Fill in your Billing details and Payment details.

  3. Click "Subscribe".

🔔 Note: You can cancel your subscription at any time.

DNS Configuration

Once, you have completed the payment, add a CNAME record to your domain provider's setting with "@" for the host field and "cname.bio.link" for the value field.

Having trouble? Select your domain provider for specific instructions:

GoDaddy

  1. Log in to your GoDaddy account and select the domain from the domain list.

  2. Scroll down to the Additional Settings panel and click the Manage DNS link in the right-hand column.

  3. In the records table, add a CNAME record by entering '@' in the Name field and 'cname.bio.link' in the Value field.

  4. When you're done, return to Bio Link and click Add and publish

GoogleDomains

  1. Log in to your Google Domains account, locate the domain in the domains list, click Manage, then click DNS.

  2. Scroll down to the Resource records section.

  3. In the records table, add a CNAME record by entering '@' in the Host name field and 'cname.bio.link' in the Data field.

  4. When you're done, return to Bio Link and click Add and publish

name.com

  1. Log in to your Name.com account, click My Domains, locate the domain, and click it.

  2. Click the Manage DNS Records link.

  3. In the records table, add a CNAME record by entering '@' in the Host field and 'cname.bio.link' in the Answer field.

  4. When you're done, return to Bio Link and click Add and publish

namecheap

  1. Log in to your Namecheap account, select the domain from the list of domains and click Manage.

  2. Click the Advanced DNS tab.

  3. In the records table, add a CNAME record.

  4. Enter '@' in the Host field and 'cname.bio.link' in the Value field.

  5. When you're done, return to Bio Link and click Add and publish

Gandi.net

  1. Log in to your Gandi account, click Domains and select the domain from the list.

  2. In the sidebar, click DNS Records.

  3. In the records table, add a CNAME record.

  4. Enter '@' in the Hostname field and 'cname.bio.link' in the Value field.


  5. When you're done, return to Bio Link and click Add and publish

We are almost DONE!

Your domain will now be under review, which takes up to 48 hours to finish (though it's usually done much faster than that). After which you will be able to access the site using the custom domain you just set up.

If you are stuck somewhere, send us an email at [email protected] or click the chat icon below!

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