Cloudflare Room for Improvement

Ryan Pellette
Product Manager
This is a very minor thing since I can't think of many ways for them to improve: It looks like they don't support as many TLDs as other registrars, but since they are very new as a registrar, I expect this may improve soon. For example, there are many TLDs in this list, but /co is missing: https://www.cloudflare.com/tld... View full review »
Tch32Dr8392
Technical Director at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
I think the APIs are a little bit hard for us to work with. The APIs could be more open so that we could integrate better with our SolarWinds or our monitoring solution. Also, the reporting can definitely be improved to offer a lot more explanation on something that may have happened or has actually happened. View full review »
SeniorDed805
Senior Dev Ops Engineer at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
Sometimes their more advanced caching tools can cause higher first-byte times and problems with JavaScript. They also lack a good way to manage DNS as a company, since everything is relegated to single account logins until you get to the higher levels. They have come out with a paid feature to remedy this, but I have not had a chance to fully review it yet to know if it fixes the access problem. View full review »
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Marshall Malone
Senior SEO Strategist at a healthcare company with 201-500 employees
I will say, in the years I have used Cloudflare, one thing I love is the constant improvements and developments being made. One area of improvement is in the Access Rules. Hypothetically, if we wanted to block or challenge traffic outside of the United States, the only way to currently do that (as far as I know) is to enter every single country outside of the United States. That could be a labor intensive job. A solution could be to enable users to create a rule where traffic is only allowed within a certain country. View full review »
Shane LeBlanc
IT Service Manager at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
Cloudflare is one service that has been absent of any frustration when setting up or using. Perhaps I would ask that they improve the Free plan and allow us to use it with any TLD (certain ones are not allowed). View full review »
XiaofengLiu
User at bitmart
The product support needs to be accessible from more places, a wider area of coverage. For example, there is no support in Taiwan. View full review »
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