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Linking a third-party provider of application analytics to Google Ads
When you use a third-party application analytics provider to monitor and quantify your portable application transformations, you can easily bring in information from your third-party accounts by associating it with your Google Ads accounts. In order to set up this hyperlink, you need to create a hyperlink ID that you give to your third-party provider or directly into your third-party provider IDs.
You must generate a different ID for every application you follow with a third provider. After you generate the ID and pass it on to your third-party provider, you can start importing Google Ads content converting event. Describes step-by-step how to associate your third-party application with your affiliate and how to easily exchange this with other affiliates.
Log in to your Google Ads accounts. In the top right hand of your screen, click the ToolSymbol. Click Associated Accounts under Setup. Click under " Third-party application analytics" on Detail. And if you've never associated an application analytics provider with your Google Ads account-click Generate IDs. And if you've already associated your Google Ads account-based application analytics provider with your Google Ads provider and want to add an extra hyperlink, click the Plus tab to add a hyperlink to a new provider or application.
Please note: You need administrator control over the accounts to be able to create your own ID. Choose your application analytical provider. When it is not in the dropdown list, choose Other Providers and then type the ID that identified your provider. And if you don't know the ID, ask your provider, or you can work with your provider to help us locate the ID in the Developer's Guide.
Then click Create ID Create Shortcut. To copy your ID, click the Copy icon. Add this ID to your third-party ID card. You''ll see your unified state until you add your linking ID to your third-party email address and the converted information flows into Google Ads. When managing your ads for the same application in more than one Google Ads accounts, we suggest cross-account tagging and creating a third party links ID with your third party application Analytics provider in your Google Managers email area.
As a result, all managers' converting tracker using any of their contacts can follow the converting of applications through the manager's URL. But if you can't use cross-account converter-tracking ( for example, if you work with more than one partner ), you can easily split a unique ID with another Google Ads emailccount.
You are sharing an ID with the " holder " of the ID. The " ownership " of the linked ID is the only one who can divide his linked ID with other clients. Every user who accepts the owner's invitation can convert the common ID associated with the common linking ID into an application from the appropriate third-party application analytics provider.
Please note: If you work with one or more agencies, we suggest that you become the owners of all your app's unique linking IDSs. In this way, you can split your linking ID with other users or delete linking from other users as needed. If, for example, you want to move your Google Ads information from one Google Ads company to another, simply delete the hyperlink from that company's Google Ads profile.
Although you may not have active management of your own bankroll, we suggest that you create the ID within an bankroll to which you have admin privileges, and split the ID with any other bankroll that you may need for converting or marketing. Log in to your Google Ads account-you'll be able to In the top right hand of your screen, click the ToolSymbol.
Choose Associated accounts. Click Details under Third-Party Analytics. Now in the Action columns, click Option for the shortcut you want to release. How to release a unique ID for another account: Choose Sharing with another user option. Type the client number of the email address you want to release your links to and click Next.
In order to delete a hyperlink that you have clicked on, click Removing a hyperlink. Then click the Clear button again in the displayed dialogue box. In order to approve a approved hyperlink from another user profile, click Approve hyperlink in the Activities columns for approved hyperlinks in your spreadsheet. In order to delete the common user interface from your common user interface, click Removing User Interface.
If you want to disconnect an application with common user Accounts, choose Disconnect Application. Generate your own ID from the "Actions" section of your profile. Once you have regenerated the ID, however, your old ID no longer works and you must immediately upgrade your third-party analytical provider to the new ID.