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Manage your deals

If you have access to manage deals, you can manage them using the Marketplace "My deals" view, once the deal has completed the negotiation phase.

Access to the Marketplace is controlled by the administrator of the Ad Exchange account. While some users can view available products and publisher profiles, others may also be able to negotiate, approve, and manage deals. Learn how to manage account users.

Manage Preferred Deals

To access and manage your preferred deals:

  1. Sign in to your Ad Exchange account at google.com/adx and click the Marketplace tab.
  2. Click My deals. By default, active preferred deals are shown. Use the search box to filter.
  3. (Optional) Click Ended to view all preferred deals that have reached their end date.
  4. (Optional) To view details on any deal, click the name of the deal. You can see the various stages of proposals, view the change log, or view RTB Breakout to see real-time bidding activity for the deal.
  5. (Optional) Click Ended to view completed or stopped deals.

Manage Private Auctions

To access and manage your private auctions:

  1. Sign in to your Ad Exchange account at google.com/adx and click the Marketplace tab.
  2. Click My deals and locate the Private Auctions section.
  3. (Optional) Click Available, under Private Auctions, to see a list of available private auctions. All pending, accepted, running, and stopped private auctions are shown, by default. Use the search box to filter.
  4. (Optional) Click Archived to view archived private auctions.
  5. (Optional) To view details on any private auction, click the name of the private auction. You can view the change log, or view RTB Breakout to see real-time bidding activity. Depending on the status of the private auction, you may also have the option to accept or stop a private auction, or share a comment with the seller.
 

Find out how to use RTB Breakout to manage your deals or how to view deal reports.

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