A 307 redirect is an HTTP status code that tells search engines and browsers that a web page has been temporarily moved to a new location, but that the user agent should use the original URL for future requests. This is different from a 301 redirect, which tells search engines that the page has been permanently moved.
When a user visits a URL that is 307 redirected, they will be automatically redirected to the new URL. However, the old URL will still be in the browser’s history, and users can still access it if they choose to. The user agent will also use the original URL for any future requests to the same resource.
307 redirects are most commonly used for testing new pages or for redirecting users to a different version of a page based on their location or device. They can also be used to redirect users to a maintenance page while a website is being updated.
In terms of SEO, 307 redirects have a slightly different impact than 301 redirects. When you 307 redirect a page, the SEO value of the old page is not transferred to the new page. This means that you may lose some of your SEO ranking when you use a 307 redirect.
However, 307 redirects can still be useful for SEO in some cases. For example, if you are testing a new page, you can use a 307 redirect to send traffic to the new page without affecting your SEO ranking.