DNS TXT record into your domain provider's DNS settings page

google has asked me to add the code in but i cant figure out how, please help


Thank you for asking.

If you are the owner of the domain name and if the domain name is added to your Cloudflare account and using Cloudflare nameservers, you should be able to manage DNS records by navigating to the dash.cloudflare.com and login with your credentials associated with your Cloudflare account.
Therefrom, select your account and your domain name and navigate to the DNS tab.

You should add a new record in the DNS tab of Cloudflare dashboard for your domain name using the blue button “+ Add record”, therefore select TXT as a type from a dropdown menu, for the name enter @ and for the “content” paste the code.

See below example in picture:

Add new record:

Or step 2 - edit the DNS record:

Useful articles which include step-by-step instructions followed by screenshots how to properly manage DNS records at Cloudflare dashboard can be found below:


Hi Fritex,

Either I cant find the DNS tab or its because my domain is not hosted with Cloudflare.

This screenshot will explain what i’m trying to achieve.

Please watch this Loom video so you can understand my issue a bit better.

Loom | Free Screen & Video Recording Software - 10 March 2022 - Watch Video

I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Thank you for feedback.

From the video, on the Overview tab, where you see your domain names, you should click on the “Edit DNS” in WebCentral interface.

Therefrom, you should be able to see existing DNS records and have an option to add a new one or edit.

As I am not familiar with WebCentral interface, I don’t know what do you get when you click on the “Edit DNS” link, but you should be able to add a new TXT records regarding SPF & DKIM.

Nevertheless, I’d suggest you to write a ticket to WebCentral for further help as this is not related to Cloudflare, except if you add domain to your Cloudflare account and then change your domain nameserver and then you edit the DNS records as you want.

Some helpful articles:

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