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Cname confluence cloud

Hello There, I am looking to setup a Cname to point to my cloud URL at the moment its:

https://moreniche.atlassian.net/

I was hoping to setup 

https://docs.moreniche.com

Would this be possible, at the moment I am getting a 404 Not Found Error.

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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.

Its 2020 now, and Atlassian Cloud users are still forced to use a sub-domain, rather than our own company domain?

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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.

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Hello from 2021! Situation is the same. Seems need to find something better than atlassian now, as migrating hundreds of users will be not easy if we start here(((

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It's 2022.  No chance of custom domains yet?

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).

any news about this topick guys? i have same issue.

Steven's answer is still correct at this time.

then only one way to use own cname - using server version right?

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)

nice) we everytime find some of ways)

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