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Manage access to your content

You can restrict access to sections of your Google News publication to specific people, such as authorized testers to ensure only designated users in your organization can access your content and settings.

Set up an access group

  1. Sign in to Publisher Center.
  2. Select your publication.
  3. Select Google News and then Edit.
  4. On the navigation menu, click Content settings.
  5. Under Access groups, click New access group.
  6. Name your access group.
  7. Click Add user.
  8. Enter the user’s email address.
  9. After you add all email addresses, click Add.

Important: All email addresses must be associated with a Google Account.

Give users in your organization access

After you create your access groups, you can assign them to your sections. To select specific access levels to users in your organization:

  1. Sign in to Publisher Center.
  2. Select your publication.
  3. Select Google News and then Edit.
  4. On the navigation menu, click Content settings.
  5. Select the section you want to give access.
  6. Click More More and then Edit.
  7. Under “View access,” to select the access level, click the Drop-down arrow Down arrow.
  8. Click Save.
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