Version 12.3

AdWords Editor version 12.3 makes new features available, including the search terms report, filter functions, and account-level extension associations.

View a Search terms report

View and download reports about your search terms. This update also includes tools to add keywords and add negative keywords. Learn more about the search terms report

Use filter functions

With filter functions, you can use powerful queries that combine filters in new ways to find highly specific items in your AdWords account. Learn more about using functions

Make edits in CSV import

When making edits in CSV imports, you may specify 2 separate columns for each field, such as text ad headlines and descriptions. One column holds the original value and is used for lookup, while the other holds the new value, to be applied as an edit. Learn more about columns in the CSV file

Account-level extension associations

You can attach ad extensions at the account level, in addition to campaign and ad group levels. Learn more about account-level extension associations in CSV file creation

Custom intent audiences

With custom intent audiences, you can reach people that intend to make a purchase. Learn more about audience targeting

TrueView for action

TrueView for action campaigns (Video campaigns created with the “Drive conversions” subtype) are supported, which includes calls-to-action (CTAs) and headlines. Learn more about TrueView campaigns in AdWords Editor

Shopping inventory filters

Inventory filters for Shopping campaigns are now supported. These may be edited via CSV import. Learn more

Freezable columns

In some views, such as for table data, certain columns can be frozen on the left-hand side for easy horizontal scrolling, letting you more easily track items. Learn more

Faster policy reviews when uploading ads

For text ads, an improved policy check speeds the time to upload your ads. 

Responsive search ads

A beta release of responsive search ads is now available in AdWords Editor. Reach out to your account management team or contact us if you have any questions about responsive search ads.
 

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