What are “Allowed Email Domains” or “Allowed Domains”?
“Allowed Email Domains” or “Allowed Domains” is an option in your security settings that enables you to control which email domains can be added to your Google Ads account.
Allowed Domains can ensure that users from outside your organization don’t get invited to access your Google Ads account. For instance, if you set “example.com” as the allowed email domain for your account, you'll only be able to invite firstname.lastname@example.org to the account, but not email@example.com. Note that only users with admin access can add allowed email domains to accounts.
How to enable “Allowed Email Domains”?
- Sign in to your Google Ads account.
- At the top right corner of the page, click Tools & Settings .
- Under “Account", click Access and security.
- At the top of the page, click the "Security" tab.
- Click Allowed domains to expand the panel.
- Click Add Domain to add a domain to the list.
- Click the "x" icon to the right of a domain to remove it.
- Click Save.
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- Secure your Google Ads account: Best Practices
- Secure your Google Ads account: The importance of HTTPS
- Secure your Google Ads account: Suspicious emails or calls claiming to be from Google Ads