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Custom domain setup

Find ways to set up your own custom domain and configure SMTP for sending emails from your domain.

Updated over a week ago

Going live! series offers you some help while preparing your application to be released. One of the most important steps you are about to take is turning your Betty Blocks application into your a customized web resource. This part mainly includes turning the application you're building into a custom web domain and configuring your SMTP for sending email notifications to users, again - with your own branding!

Custom domain configuration

By default, any Betty Blocks application URL looks like this: You can turn it into something like excluding bettyblocks part. It not only looks more professional but also reinforces your brand identity and online presence.

To set up your custom domain, follow these simple steps outlined in our article: Changing the front end to your own domain (with SSL certificate). After reading this guide, you'll know what SSL is, how to define your hostname in My Betty Blocks, and what information you need to provide to us in order to change the front end to your own domain.

SMTP configuration for email notifications

Before you go live with your custom domain, it's essential to configure SMTP for sending email notifications to your users. Make sure that your users receive important updates, confirmations, and communication from your platform.

Our article, Applying and updating mail management configuration (via SMTP), provides user-friendly guidance to help you set up your email notifications. If you want to know how to use the SMTP-step functionality - dive into Send email via SMTP-step.

We wish you the best of luck in your journey towards building a strong web application on the Betty Blocks platform. If you have any questions or need further assistance, our support team is here to help!

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