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Redirections allow you to keep track of 404 errors, and generally tidy up any loose ends your site may have. As being designed to be used on sites with a few redirects to sites with thousands of redirects, it can help reduce errors and improve your site ranking.
The first thing to be mentioned is the Redirect Manager, you are able to quickly and easily create and manage redirects without needing Apache or Nginx knowledge. Even when your WordPress supports permalinks, you can use Redirection to redirect any URL. Apart from straightforward URL matching, you can redirect based on other Conditional redirects, such as Login status, WordPress capability, Browser, Referrer and so on. Additionally, there is a full configurable logging option that allows you to view all redirects which occurs on your site, including information about the visitor, the browser used, and the referrer. Also, all the 404 errors that occur on your site will be kept track by this plugin, then you can detect it soon and fix problems.
That’s not all, there are plenty of awesome features like the Query parameter handling or the Apache & Nginx support and fully-featured import and export system that are waiting for you to figure them out.