Update DNS Records in Google Domains

Your domain contains a series of records that point to where different services are located, for example your email and website.

  1. On your computer, sign in to Google Domains.
  2. Locate your domain name under the My Domains Section
  3. Click Manage
Google domains
  1. On the left-hand side you should see the option to manage your DNS settings
  2. Click on DNS in the left-hand menu
Google domain menu
  1. In the DNS section scroll down to the Custom resource records section. Here you can add and/or edit your DNS records.
  2. To change what record you are adding you can select from the dropdown.

To add a new A record

  1. To change what record you are adding you can select from the dropdown.
  2. Choose "A" Record
  3. Add the IP address that we provided
add a record
  1. Add the Name = @
  2. Add the Type = A
  3. Add the TTL = 1h
  4. Add the Data = The number that we provided
  5. Click Add

To change an A record

  1. Click on the A Record
  2. Paste the new IP address that we provided
  3. Click Save