With redirects, you can redirect one URL on your website to another. For example, when you create a redirect from /foo to /bar, people who visit will be redirected automatically to

Go to Settings → Redirects to create redirects for your project. They have 3 properties:

  • From: the URL to redirect from. Always starts with a slash and never includes the domain name. Can contain wildcards (see below).
  • To: the URL to redirect to. To redirect to an external URL, start with http:// or https://, otherwise start with a slash.
  • Permanent: when checked, a permanent redirect will be executed with a 301 code, which will tell Google this redirect is permanent and they can forget about the source URL. Otherwise, the redirect will be temporary and a 302 code will be used.

When you add a query string when using the redirect, it will be added to the target URL. When the target URL itself also contains a query string, the two will be merged.

Note that redirects always have priority over pages. If both a redirect and a page exist with the same URL, the redirect will be executed and the page will not be reachable. In such cases, a warning will be shown in the page table.


You can use wildcards in the From field of redirects. There are 2 types:

  • * matches all characters, except slash
  • ** matches all characters, including slash

Let's have a look at some examples:

From Will redirect?
/products/* ✅  /products/category
❌  /products/category/product
/products/*/product ✅  /products/category/product
❌  /products/category/subcategory/product
/products/** ✅  /products/category
✅  /products/category/product
/products/**/product ✅  /products/category/product
✅  /products/category/subcategory/product

Exporting & Importing Redirects

You can export and import redirects in the same way you export and import data in tables.

See Exporting and Importing for more information.

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