We’ve read through everything we could find, including the common issues posts in this forum. We originally tinkered with setting branch deploys to individual branches, and then tried switched to ALL, but nothing seems to work.
If using Amazon Route53, which is setup by default if you purchase your domain from AWS, you’ll need to delete the record set within Route53 first. Then, you’ll have to go into the “registered domains” link on the left side menu, and then enter the Netlify DNS nameserver’s.
Simply forwarding your nameservers to Netlify’s nameservers was the mistake we made. You can still get branched domains to work, but it won’t work automatically as described in some of the docs.
Hi had a similar problem, I was using branch subdomain (https://trynfcms.magnaorbis.co), but recently I decided to delete that branch and create another branch named minisitio (to test a sub-site into my main site), then I went to the Domain configuration and deleted the subdomain for trynfcms, then I added subdomain for minisitio branch, but the problem was that the url https://minisitio.magnaorbis.co was not reachable.
So, I decided to delete the new subdomain and create it again, 15 or 30 minutes later, the subdomain site was alive. Of course, I noticed that 3600 seconds of TTL is equal to 60 minutes, and maybe for that reason I was not able to see my site alive quickly.
This seems to be silly but maybe could help to somebody.