How to Add txt record For Domain on Namecheap

Are you looking to add a TXT record for your domain on Namecheap but not sure where to start? Don’t worry; I’ve got you covered! In this guide, I’ll walk you through the step-by-step process of adding a TXT record for your domain on Namecheap.

But first, let’s understand what a TXT record is and why you might need to add one. A TXT (text) record is a type of DNS (Domain Name System) record that contains text information about your domain. It is commonly used for verifying domain ownership, setting up email authentication (SPF, DKIM), and other purposes like domain verification for services like Google Workspace, Microsoft 365, or other third-party services.

Now, let’s dive into the steps to add a TXT record for your domain on Namecheap:

Step 1: Log in to Your Namecheap Account
Go to the Namecheap website and log in to your account using your credentials.

Step 2: Select the Domain
Once you are logged in, you will see a list of your domains. Select the domain for which you want to add a TXT record.

Step 3: Access Advanced DNS Settings
After selecting the domain, look for the “Advanced DNS” or “DNS” option in the menu. Click on it to access the DNS management page for your domain.

Step 4: Add a New TXT Record
On the DNS management page, you will see a list of existing DNS records. Look for an option to add a new record (usually a button like “Add New Record” or “Add Record”).

Select “TXT” as the record type from the dropdown menu. Then, you will need to enter the details for the TXT record:

– Host: This is the domain or subdomain the TXT record will be associated with. If you want to create a TXT record for the root domain (e.g.,, leave this field blank. If you want to create a TXT record for a subdomain (e.g.,, enter the subdomain here.
– Value: This is the text information you want to include in the TXT record. Copy and paste the TXT value provided by the service or application you are setting up the record for.
– TTL (Time to Live): This determines how long the record will be cached by DNS servers. You can usually leave this at the default value.

Step 5: Save the Changes
After entering the details for the TXT record

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