About the account map

If you have a manager account with multiple sub-accounts (including client accounts and/or other sub-manager accounts), you can use the account map to visualize how these sub-accounts are structured. The account map provides you with a general overview of the account performance and setup for all the different sub-accounts under your manager account. Using the account map, you can view account-level performance metrics, such as clicks, impressions, costs, and conversions, as well as different features used by your sub-accounts (for example, remarketing) in a single view. 

Before you begin

All manager accounts can view the account map and see the structure of the different accounts below them. 

Keep in mind: If you’re logged in to a top-level manager account, you’ll be able to see the entire account hierarchy, but if you’ve drilled down to a sub-manager account you’ll only be able to see accounts up the direct manager chain (with no sibling accounts displayed). You won’t be able to view the account hierarchy above the manager account you are logged in to, so if you are scoped down to a sub-manager account, the other branches of the hierarchy that may exist under the top-level manager account won’t be visible.

View the account map

You can access the account map in one of two ways. If you use Option 1, you will automatically see the full hierarchy below your manager account, including all sub-manager and client accounts. If you use Option 2, you will see a drill-down view from your manager account to the sub-manager or client account, and you can expand the view by clicking the bubble to the left of the account hierarchy. 

Option 1: Access the account map through the Tools & settings menu

  1. Log in to your Google Ads manager account.
  2. Click the tools icon Google Ads | tools [Icon].
  3. Click Account map.

Option 2: Access the account map through the Accounts page

  1. Log in to your Google Ads manager account.
  2. From the page menu on the left, click Settings, then click Sub-account settings.
  3. From the list of accounts below, click the tree icon  next to any account.


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