This guide will show you how to set up your domain to point to Hostnotion (and therefore your Notion page).

Or if you’d prefer to watch a video:

Full set up using NameCheap

Full set up using GoDaddy

1. Go to ‘manage DNS’

This step requires you to go to your Domain Registrar and locate your DNS records. You can usually find this by following links to "Manage DNS". Here is what GoDaddy looks like:

Godaddy: Find ‘manage DNS’

Godaddy: Find ‘manage DNS’

Namecheap: You want to go to ‘Advanced DNS’

Namecheap: You want to go to ‘Advanced DNS’

This will take you to your DNS records:

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2. Set up a CNAME record

Your subdomain is likely www but you might have gone for docs or blog (or literally anything). You want this to point to Hostnotion. To do this, create a CNAME record that goes from that subdomain to

Leave 'Host' as 'www' and fill in the 'Points to' box with our DNS target:

You can leave TTL (”time to live”) to auto or 1hr or whatever it defaults to.

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