About access levels in your Google Ads Account

Each time you grant access to your Google Ads Account, you'll be able to select which features the user can impact by assigning an access level.

This article explains the levels of access you can assign and the corresponding features available for each access level.

Also learn how to grant or remove access to your Google Ads Account.

Access levels

Account Access level Email-only Billing Read-only Standard Administrative
Can receive notification emails and reports  
Can view campaigns and use planning tools    
Can view billing information  
Can edit billing information    
Can edit and run billing reports  
Can grant email-only access    
Can view users, managers, and product links    
Can edit and run campaign performance reports    
Can edit campaigns      
Can add or remove product links        
Can give account access, change access levels, and cancel invitations from other users        
Can accept and reject manager account link requests        
Can unlink manager accounts        
Can review each user's authentication method and last login time        

Access for manager accounts

If you've accepted an invitation to link to a manager account, people who have administrative access to the manager account can receive notification emails and manage your campaigns. If the manager account has ownership, users with administrative access to the manager account can also edit user access, managers, and product links within your account. Learn more about manager account access levels.

Access to billing and payments

You can manage which users can perform tasks like making payments, changing payment methods, or receiving invoices by adding or removing them from your Google payments profile in the Google payments center.

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