How to use destination variables

Destination URLs can be dynamic. You might want to include part of the source URL in your destination for it to work correctly. supports the following variables to use in your redirect. These will be automatically replaced when the redirect is performed:

All examples below are based on the following incoming URL:

{domain.fqdn} - example:
{domain.label} - example: www.redirect-me-plz
- example: redirect-me-plz
{domain.extension} - example:
- example: www
{path} - example: contact
{country} - example: US
- example: POST
- example: https

Example 1
Will be redirect to:

Example 2
Will be redirect to:

Example 3
Destination: https://{domain.subdomain}
Will be redirect to:

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