A Redirect link bypasses your Linktree and sends your visitors directly to one link of your choosing for a set period of time. With Redirect, you truly never need to swap out your bio link again.

The best part is a Redirect link is counted in your Linktree analytics and Facebook audience integrations.

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Steps:


  1. In your Linktree Admin, under the links section, create the link you wish to redirect.

  2. Select the redirect arrow icon at the bottom of your link to open the redirect schedule option.

  3. Press Redirect to this link.

  4. Select the time and date you want your redirect to turn off.

📲 Using the Linktree app? Click here for instructions.

Your audience will now be redirected to the specified link.

💡 Tip: If you want to turn off the redirect before the link expires, simply hit the Disable Redirect button.

FAQs


When should I use a Redirect?

Redirects are great for timely events and occasions when you want all eyeballs in one place. For example:

  • An album or single launch

  • A new podcast episode

  • Tickets to your show go on sale

  • You launch your new website

  • A sale on your products

  • Your latest video

  • You have some breaking news

What happens when my Redirect link expires?

After the redirect link has expired, your Linktree will automatically be restored to display your Linktree again, so all your visitors from that point will go back to viewing the content found on your Linktree.

What are the benefits of using a Redirect?

  • You can measure all of your visitors and clicks through your Linktree dashboard.

  • You can use your Facebook Pixel integration to build audiences on Facebook and Instagram. All your visitors that click on your Linktree when it is a Redirect will still be recorded in all your Linktree integrations.

  • You can set specific "go-live" times for your Redirect, so your launch is ready precisely when you want it to be.

If you have any questions, please contact our customer support team by emailing support@linktr.ee

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