Allow multiple custom domains for multitenant applications

Big +1. Even if you need to price it per domain or something.

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Thank you for advocating for that!

A big +1 from me as well - this restriction to one single Custom Domain is causing us all kinds of headaches as we integrate with Universal Login. Are there any updates on this yet @konrad.sopala?

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Also a huge +1 from me, this feature is highly required by our clients.

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+1, we’re using different domains for different apps and embedded login. Multiple custom domains would allow us to skip cross-site cookies blocking issues (which is actually not an option since Safari blocks them by default nowadays)

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+1 This important feature is missing for multi-tenant applications

Hey there everyone! Thank you for upvoting this features constantly. We’re doing our best and regularly communicate that to our product managers!

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+1 here as well (white label application)

+1 from here (also a white label application)

+1 from me as well, this will solve lots of our problem in our current implementation.

+1 We are needing this also in our use cases, for now we are trying to do some work arrounds but its a seriously needed use cas.e

+1 We really need this also, it will simplify a lot an ongoing implementation for which we actually need to put complex workarounds.

+1 This is really a bummer, i recently upgraded to paid version of auth0 thinking i will get custom domains, but i only get it for one tenant.

+1 This is also a serious limitation for my company’s Auth0 implementation. We’ve spent a lot of engineer time looking for various ways to enable Chrome Incognito/Safari logins across the various applications associated with our tenant. These applications are hosted in different domains.

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