Add Custom URLs for G Suite

With G Suite, you can easily set up subdomains (or custom URLs) for each of the G Suite services, like Calendar, Drive or Gmail. These subdomains are in the form of:

  • calendar.example.com
  • docs.example.com
  • drive.example.com
  • groups.example.com
  • hangouts.example.com
  • mail.example.com
  • plus.example.com
  • sheets.example.com
  • sites.example.com
  • slides.example.com
  • start.example.com
  • vault.example.com
  1. In Google Domains, go to the DNS tab for your domain.
  2. Scroll down to Synthetic Records.
  3. Locate the G Suite synthetic record and click Edit to the right of the entry.
  4. Tick Subdomains to enable subdomains of your domain for matching G Suite services.
  5. Click the triangle next to Subdomains to select which subdomains to enable. Each subdomain will open its corresponding app; for example, mail.example.com will open Gmail, sites.example.com will open Google Sites, etc.
  6. Click Save.

For more help with custom URLs, see the G Suite Help Centre.

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