I use moodle and drupal. Drupal has a feature called alias. You can reference a name such as www.yourwebsite/forms where the forms portion is really /node3 in drupal. By doing this the url shows up as and google/analytics logs /forms instead of /node3. /node3 is the actual page, but /forms is the alias so it shows up in the url and analytics. The user never sees /node3.
Question is does moodle have a similar feature. As an example presently moodle shows:
I would like the url to show:
Is this possible with moodle like it is in drupal?