All website building platforms vary in their architecture and technicalities. One of the most common cases is changes in the URL structure.
If your website ranks high SEO-wise, you may expect some temporary downfall. It's because, after the migration, the structure, content, and addresses of your web pages change, and the original URLs receive less traffic.
But don't worry too much: all Zyro websites are SEO-optimized, thus it won't take long for search engines to crawl and index your new website. Besides, you can set up 301 redirects and forward the new URLs to the old URLs using Cloudflare.
In brief, the flow is this:
Get a Zyro plan that suits your needs
Make sure to configure your website's SEO settings
Publish your new Zyro website (that's when the page URLs change)
Use a third-party platform to redirect your new URLs to the old URLs
Learn more: When to Use a 301 Redirect vs. 302 Redirect