As long as you have permission to view a given account, advertiser, or campaign, you can Update settings for that object. For example, if a user belongs to a profile with filters applied to certain advertisers, he or she will only be able to edit settings for those advertisers and the campaigns within. Users who are part of a sub account won’t be able to make any changes to settings at the account level.
Configure your Verification settings
To edit settings at the account level, click Update settings. Your account-level settings will be inherited by all advertisers and campaigns within the account unless otherwise specified.
To edit settings for a specific advertiser or campaign, drill down to that advertiser or campaign and click Update settings. Click Use Account settings for this Advertiser to set any changes back to account settings. In campaign settings click Use Advertiser settings for this Campaign to set any changes back to advertiser settings.
From the “Settings” page, you can make the following changes:
Choose to monitor or block standard classifiers:
- Monitor to see if your ads have run on a site matching one or more of the specified classifiers by viewing the “Content Issues” column in Verification.
- Block to prevent your ads from running on a site matching one or more of the specified classifiers
Assign specific domains to a whitelist or a list of flagged domains. These lists are created and edited at the account level and can be shared with other users.
Click Change domain list and select an existing list or click Create new and provide a name for the new list.
Enter the domains that you’d like to whitelist or flag (for example, google.com), with one domain per line.
- Monitor to see if your ads have run in the countries you've selected.
- Allow to block ads from serving anywhere outside of allowed countries.
Alerts appear in the Verification interface for the issues you've selected (Content, Domain, and Geo). Enable Email Status and add email addresses, to receive daily alert emails.