How do I change my root domain name?

How do I change my root domain name?

Upgrading your domain name

When you upgrade from the Free plan, you can change the domain name. 

Basic plan:
Default domain: By default the basic root domain will be set to:
  1. sitename.limesurvey.net
Expert plan:
White-label domain: You can activate an additional white-label domain by upgrading your account to our Expert plan.  
  1.  sitename..survey-research.net
Enterprise plan:
Alias domain: You can activate an additional alias domain by upgrading your account to our Enterprise plan.  You can then set (choose) freely to use  your own domain.

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