URL redirects help users to adjust the traffic from one page to another one and Shopify also allows shop owners to use these links in their stores. However, when you have a large number of redirects and you want to make changes for some of them, it’s hard for you to find them in a long list. Hence, you can use filters to shorten the list and everything will be easier. To know more about the process of how to filter URL redirects by date on Shopify, just check this post.
Firstly, log-in to your account on Shopify and go to
Navigation under the
Online store of the
Sales channels section. In the
Navigation details, you will see the
URL Redirects right below the title page then click on it. The list of all of your redirects will appear and above them is the
Filter button. Hence, press on that button.
A drop-down menu with the header as
Select a filter... will show up then click on it. There is only one option for you to choose, which is
Date added that you have to select it to move on to the next step.
Another menu named
Select a value... will appear, which includes two choices
after. Decide which one you want and press on it. You can still change it later then it’s fine even if you pick it randomly.
After completing step 3, you will see a box below the value selection. Fill in that space the date you want to use with the format as year, month and day respectively. If you don’t want to type, move the mouse pointer to the box and click on it, a calendar will appear that you can choose a day in it.
If you have finished all the above steps, select
Add filter to show the result of the filter. For example, I want to filter redirects which have the date added before 2018-10-30 and this is what I get after completing the process.
There is a tag that presents your filter condition and the
X icon next to it. If you want to delete the filter, you can press on that symbol to remove it. Below the tag is the result for filtering, in this example, because no item matches the condition, it appears as
0 redirects. Moreover, you can add more than one filter to shorten the list of results. For instance, you can search for the redirects which have
Date added before 2018-10-30 and
Date added after 2018-10-27.
To conclude, this writing is all about how to filter URL redirects by date on Shopify. By following the instructions, you can apply this to search for the links that you want to delete or edit them based on your purposes. It is very easy and will take you about five minutes to complete that I hope you can practice it efficiently.