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Introduction to Google Ads Editor 11
The Google Ads Editor has been restyled to make navigating and managing your Google Accounts even simpler, whether you need fast instant acces to general duties or need enhanced functionality and preferences. Get even more complete controls over your accounts with upgraded utilities and functionality. You can find the types listed in the side bar below the treeview.
You can click a keyword or ad category you want to modify (e.g., a keyword, ad, ad group, ad campaigns, etc.) to modify the privacy settings for a specific ad or ad category, or double-click a keyword or ad category to open a pop-up screen. In addition to the position category, you can also see the number of positions (for example, the number of keywords) for the chosen ad campaigns or ad groups.
The number is updated when you run a sweep to indicate how many of the elements fit your sweep (e.g. if 5 out of 200 matches your sweep, you will see "5/200" next to keywords). Dropdown menus at the top right of the typelist allow you to select filters and suppress unused ones.
Popup screens allow you to display different parts of your accounts, campaign or ad group at the same times. You can, for example, use a pop-up to display your keyboard words as you type ad text. Choose your or any number of campaign and ad groups from the treeview.
To open a pop-up screen, double-click a keyword or click the pop-up button in the Types drop-down list. In order to open a second pop-up screen for the elements chosen, follow step 1-2. When you open a pop-up and then choose different campaign or ad group, the information in the pop-up is updated to show your new choices.
It is also possible to select different campaign or ad groups by selecting the plus symbol at the top of the pop-up screen. You can now use the Account Builder to create and maintain an MCC account in Google Ads Editor. They can also retrieve information for more than one bank simultaneously, rather than one at a time-
In addition, the Audit Manager allows you to see the overall number of changes, bugs and alerts in an audit trail at a time. You can use the Account Builder to organize, modify, and display more than one bank next to each other. It is also possible to copy and past elements between bank balances. Opening more than one account: Choose an alternate bank than the one you are currently displaying.
And if you haven't added any extra accounts yet, click Join and complete the adding one more. To open more than one Google Ads Editor Account, please complete the above procedure. When your accounts panes are open, you can click and drop elements from the File pane of one of your accounts into the treeview of the other one.
It is also possible to copy and past elements from one bank to another. You can use multiselection to display elements within any campaign or ad group in the treeview, or add elements to more than one campaign and ad group at a time. Use Ctrl + Click (Windows) or + Click (Mac) in the treeview to choose more than one campaign or ad group.
Choose a category from the types drop-down list to display elements from the chosen campaign or ad group. Copy and past elements into more than one campaign and ad group: You can copy a number of elements (e.g. tags, displays, etc.). Use Ctrl + Click (Windows) or + Click (Mac) in the treeview to choose more than one campaign or ad group.
Insert the elements into the chosen campaign or ad group. Click OK to click the ad groups in which you want to insert the elements. Make Several Changes instantly reorganizes your text into lines and rows so you can simultaneously insert, refresh, or delete several elements.
To use the Make Several Changes tool: Choose in the typelist the kind of element you want to insert or modify (e.g. keywords). When you click Make Several Changes. Copying and pasting a change list: Enter your details directly: Ensure that the utility updates the right campaign or ad group by choosing Include my information Campaign and/or ad group column or Use my chosen targets and choose Campaign or ad group, then click Modify.
To view the changes in your profile, click Proceed and Verify Changes, and then click Retain to keep your changes, or click Decline to reverse your changes. Reverse or restore one or more changes in a row, or choose a modification or a set of changes from the Uno or Restore drop-down list. Learn how to reverse or restore a modification from the menu:
Left-click the Undo or Redo arrows. The Google Ads Editor allows you to now, search: Fill in your first quest and then press Return. It is possible to perform a second query, which may be reflected in your results.
Choose the Find Menus > Find Builder symbol, choose the lookup options for your find, and then click the Find buttons. If you want to use more than one criterion from the Find builder, you can redo these operations. If you enter several keywords (remember to enter one per line), results will be displayed that correspond to one of the keywords.
Choose the Find button > Show favorites button and choose the favorite favorites you want to use. Restrict your results to new elements, manipulated elements, faulty elements, and more. You can also choose to display certain campaign and ad group categories and categories by filtering the treeview and typlist in the side bar on the right.
Once you have entered a query, click the query button > Stored queries > Store query as... Click the query button. Specify a name for your stored query. In order to use your stored sweep, click the Sweep button > Stored sweeps symbol and choose the name of your sweep. Typing a query and using text abbreviations allows you to quickly find a specific model.
You can find all your words with the word "pizza" by searching for "keyword:pizza". "See the full listing of links for searches. Shortcut keys allow you to quickly browse to areas of your content or add new elements. To display a shortlist of available key combinations: Choose Help > Links from the Applications submenu, or Ctrl + Shift + / (Windows) or Alt + Cmd + Shift + / (Mac).
Google Ads Editor's Shareed Library contains common strategies for sharing widgets and sharing them. If you want to see and modify your share elements or make and maintain tags, click Share your share elements in the side bar below the Types group.