Alias records are a great way to organize your Namecheap account and make it easier to remember different accounts and their associated settings. They’re also a great way to keep different sets of data separate, which can be helpful if you need to share your Namecheap account between different people.
When you create an alias record, it will create a new account with the same login and password, but a new name. This name will be used to log in to your Namecheap account, and all of your data will be stored in the new account.
You can use this alias to store different sets of data, and you can also use it to store different accounts for different projects.
When using alias records, it is important to be aware of how they work and how they will affect your DNS configuration. For example, if you want to redirect www.example.com and example.com to the same website, you will need to create two separate alias records (one for each subdomain). If you want to redirect www.example.com to one website and example.com to another website, you will need to create two separate A records (one for each domain).
Alias records can be useful, but it is important to use them carefully to avoid DNS configuration problems.
For example, you might create an alias record for your personal account and use it to store your account settings and your billing information. You might also create an alias record for your work account and use it to store your account settings and your project data.
This way, you can have separate sets of data for each account without having to remember different passwords or account numbers.
Alias records are a great way to keep your Namecheap account organized and easy to remember.