Redirecting URL:s

URL-redirects allows you to move a visitor from one URL to another automatically.

Updated over a week ago

What are redirects?

Sometimes the URLs of a website may change. For example, if you migrate your online store from another platform to Finqu. In that case, it is best to redirect the addresses. Otherwise, the visibility of the pages will suffer considerably.

Adding redirects one by one

If you want to add redirects one by one, follow these steps:

  1. Click the Manage button in the Redirects section.

  2. Click Add.

  3. Fill in the From URL and To URL address fields.

  4. Click Confirm.

Adding redirects in bulk

If you need to add multiple redirects at the same time, you can use a CSV file:

  1. Click the Manage button in the Redirects section.

  2. Click Upload CSV.

  3. Select the CSV file from your device.

  4. The redirects will appear on the page after they have been retrieved from the CSV file.

The CSV file should contain two columns. The first column is the old address, and the second is the new one. The columns are separated by a comma (,) and each row contains one redirect.

Example of a redirect CSV



Do not add the full URL address to the CSV. Add only the rest of the address, e.g., like this:

  • If the entire URL is

  • add only page-address to the CSV.

Deleting redirects

You can delete redirects as follows:

  1. Select the redirects you want to delete.

  2. Click Bulk actions > Delete.

  3. Click Remove.


Deleted redirects might get stuck in customers' web browser's cache. They are often difficult to remove from browsers but will eventually disappear over time.

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