When you create a user booking page in TimeSync, your booking pages are available through timesync.novocall.co by default. Your URL will look like this: timesync.novocall.co/sampleusername

If you'd like to use a custom domain instead, you can set it up by following these steps.

Enter your custom domain in TimeSync

  1. From your TimeSync dashboard, head to Settings > User Setting > Custom Domain.

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  2. In the 'Custom Domain' tab, input the custom domain you want to use in the provided field.

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Next, create a custom CNAME record

  1. Go to your DNS provider's website (e.g. GoDaddy or Cloudflare). If you’re choosing one for the first time, go with one that supports SSL.
  2. Create a CNAME (‘canonical name’) record for your custom domain.
  3. Point it at TimeSync's host domain: custom.timesync.xyz

<aside> ⚠️ Ensure that SSL has been configured.


<aside> ⚠️ DNS changes can sometimes take up to 72 hours to take effect, but are typically much faster.


Example (Cloudflare)

Creating a custom CNAME record may vary, depending on your DNS provider.

Here's an example of how to set up a CNAME record with Cloudflare.

  1. Set up Cloudflare as the resolver for your custom CNAME by changing your domain nameserver to Cloudflare. (ignore if already done)

  2. Go to the DNS section in Cloudflare.

  3. Click on the '+Add record' button. Select 'CNAME' from the Type dropdown.

  4. Give the CNAME a Name based on the first part of your custom domain e.g. if your custom domain is booking.example.com, type in 'booking'.

  5. Point it at the TimeSync's host domain: custom.timesync.xyz

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