Every Setmore account comes with a free “.setmore.com” Booking Page that lists your services, staff, availability, and lets customers book appointments with you online. Now you can submit a request to remove “.setmore” from your Booking Page web address, and use a custom domain name of your own choosing. 

This program is currently in Beta, and we’ll handle requests for custom domains on a case-by-case basis. 

What is a custom domain?

Custom domains are simply a unique web address that you get to choose. It’s everything between the “www” and the “.com” part (although in many cases, you can switch up the “.com” part too). 

How does it work?

You can request a custom domain for your Booking Page in three easy steps:

  1. Submit a request for a custom domain by email to help@setmore.com. Be sure to include the email address registered to your Setmore account, and the custom domain name that you’d like to use. 
  2. While the program is in beta, we will select a small pool of users to participate. Not all users will be selected. Setmore will purchase the requested domain name, subject to availability.
  3. We’ll apply the domain to your Booking Page as a unique URL. When you enter the domain name into a web browser, your Setmore Booking Page will appear.

Pro tip: you can check the availability of a domain name by using Hover’s website here >

How much does it cost?

While the program is in beta, we are offering this service as a free add-on to your existing Setmore account. This may change at a later date.

Need to change your domain name?

If you’re granted a custom domain name and wish to change it at a later date, please submit a request by email to help@setmore.com

Important: Do not use the “Booking Page URL” menu in your Setmore dashboard to change your domain name. Doing so will nullify the URL redirect that we’ve set up on the back end, and the custom domain will stop working.


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