Move your


...and customize branding

✨ No credit card needed

It's not just a redirect

Cloakist rehosts any public page on, so you can:

Customise branding
Add custom HTML, CSS or JS
Add analytics, tracking, and more
Move to

Send customers to pages on your domain

Put Airtable forms, ClickUp documents, Adobe Spark pages, Trello boards and more at your custom domain, with your branding. Works for hundreds of platforms, including:

More than a redirect, better than an iframe

vs. redirect

Stays at your domain
Link directly to specific pages
Change branding

vs. iframe

No formatting issues (e.g. on mobile)
Link directly to specific pages
Change branding

How it works

Cloakist uses state-of-the-art reverse proxy technology powered by Amazon Web Services, allowing you to move your public page without compromises.

No coding required

Set up your custom domain in minutes — without writing a line of code.

Quick set up

All you need to do is enter 2 DNS records in your domain manager (e.g. GoDaddy). Don't worry, we'll give you detailed instructions.

Highly flexible

If you choose our Pro plan, we'll help you rebrand your public site in any way you need


We exclusively use Amazon Web Services, meaning your site will experience the minimal downtime of the world's largest hosting platform
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See examples of Cloakist in action


Adobe Spark

Drum and bass musician Sistym created a simple website using Adobe Spark, but was unable to move it permanently to her domain ( because Adobe Spark doesn't offer custom domains. That's where Cloakist came in. Now her fans can find her site living at


Custom branding
Multiple pages

Startup founder Marcelo helps logistics firms in Brazil track their fleet of vehicles with his business Vehi. Marcelo wanted a way to move Airtable bases to his own domain, and rebrand them with the Vehi logo.


Custom branding
Multiple pages

Digital analysis blog Screentimes wanted to have a public board of tasks from ClickUp that anyone could track. But it was important for them to keep their own branding for consistency with the blog itself.

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