Teletype allows you to set domains to all blogs where you are an administrator. If you do not have a domain, then you can buy it through our partner registrar godaddy.com.
Step 1: Configure DNS Domain Records
Teletype should understand which domain you want to set to journal, so you need to add a DNS record in the domain settings, either A-Record or CNAME — depending on the domain level.
- journal.yourdomain.com — for subdomains update your CNAME record to
- yourdomain.com — to use a second-level domain, you need to set its A-record to
Save the changes. It may take up to 72 hours for the changes to take effect (but usually it's fast).
Step 2. Set Domain to Your Journal
- Log in to your journal.
- Open the settings.
- Find the 'Custom Domain Name' option and type your domain in the enter your domain field.
- Click Map Now.
If something goes wrong, the system will tell you what to do.