Would be convenient to wildcard subomdains. e.g. *.mydomain.com
Being able to specify allowed domains with a wildcard (or just a substring match) would be very useful indeed. Then instead of "example.com, www.example.com, blog.example.com", as the Allowed Domains setting suggest, it would be possible to just enter "example.com".
We've got a multi-tenant application where every customer gets a subdomain ("bob.example.com", "alice.example.com"), so it's not really possible to whitelist them all. Yet I'd like to be able to exclude the development domains, for example "bob.localhost" and "alice.localhost"
Marcus Fields commented
There are times when I don't want this to happen. All our customers have their own subdomain so sometimes it's very useful to see if an error only happens with a certain customer.
Ruud Kamphuis commented
I think this is a very simple but important feature. Because I don't want my .dev test domain to show up in the results.