I'm facing the intriguing question of trying to customize the standard Salesforce URL, i.e. https://[instance].salesforce.com/

It's in particular the bit in bold that I'd like to understand if it is possible to change/customize/hack.

Has any of you faced this question/problem before? Any solution or possible workaround?



From documentation here it says, that

After you deploy your domain, it’s activated immediately, and requests with the original URL are redirected to your new domain. Only Salesforce Customer Support can change your domain name after it’s deployed.

  • Thanks Alexander, but my question was more deep, I'd like to understand if there's any way to change the URL with something custom, not only the sub-domain (like in https://[custom_subdomain].my.salesforce.com), so, for instance: customdomain.com – die-vil Oct 24 '17 at 10:49
  • @die-vil, no, there is no such option. Again, from documentation Your domain name uses standard URL format, including: Protocol: https:// Subdomain prefix: your brand or term Domain: my.salesforce.com Your name can include up to 40 letters, numbers, and hyphens. You can’t start the subdomain name with root, status, or a hyphen. – Oleksandr Berehovskyi Oct 24 '17 at 10:51

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