Publish to Adalo Subdomain

Publishing on the Adalo Subdomain for your Organization

Skill Level: Intermediate

Before You Begin

  • You do not need a paid plan to publish on an Adalo Subdomain

  • Only Account Owners can add/change Domains in account settings.

  • The Adalo Subdomain applies to all of your Web Apps. While you can't change the subdomain for each individual app if you're using an Adalo domain, you can change the ending URL slug.


Every Adalo account comes with its own subdomain such as Your subdomain is usually your team's name at first, but you can change this at anytime using these steps:

  1. While logged into Adalo, click on the profile/account icon in the upper right corner of the Adalo Builder, then click on Settings.

  2. In the popup that appears, click on the Domains tab.

  3. If you are a part of multiple teams, choose the Team you want to edit the subdomain for in the dropdown, then click Edit next to the subdomain.

  4. The URL will change to a text box where you can change the subdomain. Note that it can only contain numbers, letters, and dashes and that you may only use subdomains that are not already taken by someone else. Once you're finished, click Save.

  5. To change the ending of the URL (commonly called a slug), click on the Publish button on the left toolbar in the Adalo Builder.

  6. Here, you can see the domain settings for your Web App. You can change the slug by changing the value in the text input. When finished, click Save.

  7. Publish the latest changes.

  8. Open the latest changes and share your app!

Changes in the Builder will not show in the app until you have published a new version.

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