Configure custom subdomains, domains, apex URLs, and metadata to display with your Feathery-hosted forms.
If you use your forms hosted directly on Feathery, it's easy to set up a custom Feathery subdomain. Just visit your global settings, click the Branding tab, and enter your new custom subdomain.
Custom DNS Domain
To show your forms on one or multiple fully custom domains:
If you're activating a custom URL that's a subdomain (e.g. sub.domain.com), set up a CNAME DNS record pointing from your custom domain to:
If you're activating an apex domain (e.g. domain.com), instead create an ALIAS record from your custom domain to:
Reach out to us at [email protected], and we'll activate your custom domain for your account.
Apex Form URL
By default, your form URLs have a slug attached (/to/<custom slug>). If you have a custom subdomain configured for your forms, you may allow one of your forms to display without a URL path. That means it will be accessible directly at <subdomain>.feathery.io or your custom DNS domain. To do so, just select the form you want to show at that path under the Apex Form dropdown.
Reach out to sales about customizing form metadata descriptions and titles.