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You cannot use custom domains with Atlassian Cloud products. They have an open feature request here: https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/CLOUD-6999
You may use a redirect strategy instead, so that when typing docs.moreniche.com they are redirected to moreniche.atlassian.net.
Yes, although you can now change it a bit, with a support request (it remains with the .atlassian.net)
I expect this to change as Cloud is ramping up to support more enterprisey levels, it was definitely on the to-do list when I last spoke to an Atlassian about it.
Cloud-6999 is a lot older than that! Follow that for updates (and jokes...)
I'm Sven and I'm part of the team working on Scroll Viewport. Do you have any specific questions about custom domains in Scroll Viewport I can help you with?
If you want to learn how you can set up a custom domain for your Scroll Viewport help center, check out our documentation: https://help-cloud.k15t.com/scroll-viewport/connect-a-custom-domain
As you may notice, our own documentation is built on Scroll Viewport and running on a custom domain (help-cloud.k15t.com) as well. :)
It's got a small step further:
People on the more expensive options than "free" and "starter" can now edit their own <something>.atlassian.net in their site Admin settings. But it still has to be <something>.atlassian.net
Atlassian has said Cloud-6999 is now targetted for Q2 2023, but with incremental changes happening as they build towards a proper implementation (the one above is a small step forward from the list).
Correct, yes. You need to run Server on something that you control the cname for. (Or get a hosting company to run Server for you)