• #29849
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    How to use My Domain feature to configure a custom domain in Salesforce?

    How to use My Domain feature to configure a custom domain in Salesforce?

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    #33019
    Forcetalks

    Hi Madhulika,

    Implementing a custom domain for your site creates brand recognition and gives you additional control and functionality.

    Create a CNAME entry in your DNS
    1. Click Setup.
    2. Under “Administer,” click Domain Management | click Domains.
    3. Click Add A Domain.
    4. Copy the 18 digit token. This token is case sensitive so copy it exactly as displayed.

    Add the Custom Domain information to Salesforce

    This is a 2 step process, first you’ll need to add the domain information to your org, and then you’ll map the custom domain to your Salesforce Site.
    Add the domain information to your Salesforce Org

    1. In your Salesforce Org, click Setup.
    2. Under “Administer,” Click Domain Management | click Domains.
    3. Click Add A Domain.
    4. Enter your custom domain in the Domain Name field.

    #34816
    Salesforce | shariq shariq #1
    Forcetalks

    Hi,

    I think you need this –

    Use My Domain to Create Your Own Subdomain Name
    Create your own subdomain to better manage login and authentication for your Salesforce org. A subdomain is also a way to brand your org with your company name.
    While you’re learning to use My Domain, don’t perform these steps in your production org. For a good introduction, see the Trailhead module, User Authentication. After you deploy your new domain name, you can’t reverse it without contacting Salesforce Support.

    Creating a My Domain subdomain helps you better manage login and authentication for your org in several key ways. You can:

    • Highlight your business identity with your unique domain URL
    • Brand your login screen and customize right-frame content
    • Block or redirect page requests that don’t use the new domain name
    • Work in multiple Salesforce orgs at the same time
    • Set custom login policy to determine how users are authenticated
    • Let users log in using a social account, like Google and Facebook, from the login page
    • Allow users to log in once to access external services

     

    Hope this helps.

    #34925
    Salesforce | Parul Parul #2
    Forcetalks

    Implementing a custom domain for your site creates brand recognition and gives you additional control and functionality. We’ll go through how you can get your custom domain implemented.

    1. Click Setup.
    2. Under “Administer,” click Domain Management | click Domains.
    3. Click Add A Domain.
    4. Copy the 18 digit token. This token is case sensitive so copy it exactly as displayed.

    MyDomain is a custom URL to directly log-in to your Salesforce Instance rather than going through https//login.Salesforce.com. You can go through either one to reach your instance, but it allows for custom branding of the log-in experience and also provides a namspace for any Lightning Components in your Org.

    1. Click Setup.
    2. Under “Administer,” click Domain Management | click Domains.
    3. Click Add A Domain.
    4. Copy the 18 digit token. This token is case sensitive so copy it exactly as displayed.

    Benefits of create Custom Domian:

    We can create our own custom URL
    We can set custom login policies.
    We can brand salesforce login page screen
    Hope this will help you.

    Thanks

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