You can use Menu Editor (menulibre)
With Menu Editor, you can easily add, remove, and rearrange launchers, directories, and separators. Powered by Python 3 and Gtk 3, it is the complete toolbox for editing menus in Linux. It was developed to support every popular Gtk desktop environment, and has been verified to support Cinnamon, GNOME, LXDE, MATE, Unity, and XFCE.
It is already in the official Ubuntu repositories,
and you can install it by opening a terminal with Ctrl+Alt+T and typing:
sudo apt install menulibre
or if you prefer a GUI way, click Menu Editor to auto-open Software Center
and click Install to install it.
After installation you can find it under All Settings
Gnome, Xfce, and Unity settings integration. The above image is from XFCE.
Frequently Asked Questions
MenuLibre does not start. It displays “MenuLibre cannot be run as root.”