Navigate the new AdWords experience
Welcome to the new AdWords experience! Ready to take a look around? Let’s check out what you can do in your account:
To get started, you'll need to be invited to the new AdWords experience. For now, we recommend using the Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, or Apple Safari browsers, where AdWords has been optimized to work best. We also recommend turning off any ad blockers while you're using the new AdWords experience, because ad blockers may cause problems with AdWords loading.
Don't feel like reading? Take a tour through key areas of the new AdWords experience, right in your account. Or, watch a quick video.
To see subtitles in your language, turn on YouTube captions. Click the Settings icon at the bottom of the video screen, select "Subtitles," and then specify your language.
Move among campaigns and ad groups
To move among your campaigns and ad groups, use the navigation panel on the far left-hand side. If you're on a smaller screen, the navigation panel is hidden by default. To open it, either hover your mouse over the left-hand side of the page, or click the arrow icon .
To filter the types of campaigns you see in the panel, click the 3-dot icon on the navigation panel. This also filters what you'll see in your main account workspace.
Move among pages in your account
To move among your main account pages, click items in the page menu, which is the bar along the near left-hand side of the page. The contents of the page menu change depending on whether you're at the account level or drilled down into a specific campaign or ad group. Only the options relevant to that campaign or ad group show in the page menu.
Get insights from Google
The Overview page is your starting point when you sign in. It reveals Google-generated insights for each level of your account—from your overall campaigns, down to a specific ad group. Adjust the date range, choose a campaign, or click a specific card detail to continue discovering more insights.
Create something new
To create campaigns, ad groups, ads, and keywords, or to add location targeting or ad scheduling, click the item you want to create in the page menu, then click the plus button on the resulting page.
Access your performance reports by clicking the reporting icon in the upper right corner of your account and choosing Reports or Dashboards.
Access account tools
Access essential optimization and planning tools by clicking the 3-dot icon in the upper right corner of your account.
See important alerts
Get the most critical account alerts the same way you did in the previous AdWords experience. Just click the bell icon in the upper right corner of any page in your account. For all alerts, not just the most critical, check the previous AdWords experience for now.
Manage billing and account settings
To go to your billing, account management, and notification preferences, click the main 3-dot icon in the upper right corner of your account. For now, billing opens in the previous AdWords experience, in a new tab. When you're done using it, just close the tab to return to the new AdWords.
Find help by clicking the help icon in the upper right corner of your account and choosing Get help.
We'd love to hear your thoughts about the new AdWords experience. To let us know what works for you and what could be improved, click the help icon in the upper right corner of your account, and select Send feedback.
Switch between new and previous AdWords
Move back and forth between the two AdWords experiences whenever you'd like. The version of AdWords you used last will be saved for the next time you sign in.
To move from the new AdWords to the previous AdWords:
- Click the 3-dot icon in the upper right side of your account.
- Select Return to previous AdWords.
To move from the previous AdWords to the new AdWords:
- Click the gear icon in the upper right side of your account.
- Select Try the new AdWords.
If you click a feature in the new AdWords that isn’t available yet, it’ll open the previous AdWords in a new browser tab. To return to the new AdWords, just close the tab. See the full list of what's currently available in the new AdWords.
How using the two AdWords experiences works
Most changes you make will be reflected across both experiences. For example, if you add a new keyword, it's in your account whether you're viewing it through the new or previous experiences. However, for certain advertisers, changes you make to some reporting features aren’t reflected across both AdWords experiences. To learn more, please see this article.
If you've saved any browser bookmarks for specific AdWords pages, be sure to update them with the URLs of the new AdWords experience.
If multiple people have access to your account, each can choose which experience to work in without affecting the choice the other signed-in users have made.