Choosing a URL and Creating a Redirect
As a content manager, you can customize the URL of the page and add redirects that website visitors to your page.
When creating pages in Drupal, a URL alias is automatically created based on the Title of the page and the selection within the Parent link menu.
For example, you may have a Contact Us page that's a child of an About page. In this case, Drupal would automatically generate a URL along these lines: yourwebsite.baylor.edu/about/contact-us.
You can customize the canonical URL within the URL alias area on the right sidebar:
Drupal also has tools to create additional URLs that redirect website visitors to your page.
To create a redirect, click the Advanced Options tab, then the Miscellaneous field group, then the URL redirects field group. When there, click Add a URL Redirect. This will open a new tab,
Complete the required Path field with your desired URL. (You don't need to use the To or Redirect status fields. Click Save.