Top questions about the new Google Ads experience

This article only applies to the new Google Ads experience. Determine which Google Ads experience you’re using.

 

When should I use the new experience instead of the previous experience?

We suggest using the new experience whenever possible! It's been designed to help you meet your business goals faster and easier, and we're continuing to add more features to it all the time. To read more about its benefits, check out About the new Google Ads experience.

We'd also love to hear your feedback! Click the help icon at the top right, and select Leave feedback.

Does Google Ads perform differently in the new Google Ads experience?

While this Google Ads may look and feel different, your campaigns will run the same as they run today. Also, 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.
For certain advertisers, changes you make to some reporting features aren’t reflected across both Google Ads experiences. To learn more, please see this article.

Why aren't all features available?

Some features aren't available yet in the new Google Ads experience and may appear grayed out. To use these, just click the tool icon in the top right corner of your account and select Return to previous Google Ads.

We're continuing to add new features to the new experience. To see which features have launched recently, check the recently-added features page. Or, see the lists of available and unavailable features.

How do I switch between the new and previous Google Ads experiences?

How do I get help?

While you're in your account, click the help icon in the upper right and select Get help. To reference Help Center articles specific to the new experience, be sure to bookmark the page and be signed in when you're viewing the Help Center.

Where can I learn more about how to navigate and use the new Google Ads experience?

Read how to navigate the new Google Ads experience or watch short videos to help you learn about the new experience. We'll be adding new videos in the future, so make sure to check back in.
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