Google Domains

How to manage your domain name services (DNS) settings in Google Domains

This article gives you steps to view the domain name servers (DNS) for your domain and switch to custom name servers. How it works Name servers identify the location of your domain on the internet. You have 2 name server options: - Google Domains: By default, Google Domains assigns 4 name servers to your domain. - Custom name servers: Alternatively, you can add up to 12 custom name servers. If you use the Google Domains name servers, there’s no setup required. We manage the name...

How to share access to your Google domain

Share domain management with other Google users Note: Sharing a domain does not change the ownership of the domain. To change the owner of a domain, see "Transfer a domain between Google Domains accounts (https://support.google.com/domains/answer/6260895)", and "Contact Information (https://support.google.com/domains/answer/3517907)". You can share management of your domains with other Google users. Each user you add will have full permission to manage the domain: - Manage registration: ...

Create an A or CNAME record in Google Domains

In this article, you will discover how to create, update and delete an A or CNAME record in Google Domains How to create an A or CNAME record To create an A and CNAME record, follow these steps: - Sign in to Google Domains (http://domains.google.com/registrar). - Click the domain you want to update. - In the left navigation panel, click the DNS icon . - Scroll to the Custom resource records section. Set the custom resource record type your web host requires. - To create a spe...