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After a month of training in two different designs, the digital world is experiencing a new design in the Google ads interface.

You’ll find the main menu on the left side of the screen. To make navigation easier, it has organized pages up to high-level categories.

By the end of this year, this rollout will be in effect. If you are an ad user, you will be moved to the new design by this year. Do not be apprehensive if you come from this digital space; embrace it.

Noticeable Changes?

Based On User Feedback, Google Has Segregated The Content Into Five Categories:  

  • Campaigns – This is where you can manage and analyze all your campaigns.
  • Goals – You can define, monitor, and update conversion goals here.
  • Tools – From budgeting to bidding, you can manage everything here.
  • Billings – Keep track of your campaigns’ payments.
  • Admins – Manage your account settings and grant access to your team.
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Here Is What Google Has Said –

“We’ll be updating Help Center documentation and creating additional resources to help you get comfortable with — and even more efficient in — the new design. In the meantime, our quick reference map in the Help Center can help you find key pages,” a spokesperson said

“And don’t forget to keep sharing your feedback from the ‘Leave feedback’ option in the Help menu, or when you switch between designs. Your input is the best tool we have to build better Google Ads for you.”

The initial trial started rolling out on March 2 to the users who took part in it initially.

All users will have access to this rollout by the end of December. It is still possible to choose the old interface – but only until 2024.

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