^^^ too bad answers like that one can’t be downvoted. Problem solved.
I haven’t looked in the admin section to verify this, but I imagine you would go to the Domains page and do any reassignments there.
Thanks for asking @chrisrindone! we have lots of people that can learn from this so I would never downvote a question like this
@gregraven that’s a great answer and it’s something someone should definitely do if they are switching which site their domain points to, but it’s actually not the entire truth.
A little “inside Netlify” here: We determine which site to send a request to based on which site has that domain on it, which can be different from the site that your DNS points to.
For example, if your site is
awesome-site.netlify.com and you create a domain and setup the DNS on that domain with a CNAME record for
awesome-site.netlify.com, it still won’t load that site unless you add that domain as a custom domain or domain alias on your
awesome-site.netlify.com domain page. If you create a secondary site called
super-site.netlify.com then you can leave the DNS the way it was and just remove the custom domain from the previous site and add it as a custom domain on
super-site.netlify.com and it will load
super-site.netlify.com even though the cname record is still for