Learn the Studio Web UI

Learn the Studio Web UI

The Studio Web UI consists of five sections: Dashboard, Creatives, Assets, Dynamic Content and QA. Depending on your user role, you may not have access to all the options described in this article.

Dashboard

Dashboard is the default page when you first access Studio. The dashboard includes Studio's recent updates, creative design resources, and your most recently updated creatives.

Creatives

Creatives is where you manage your account, advertisers, campaigns, and creatives. Using this hierarchy, Studio helps you organize your creative workflow the same way you manage your client's campaigns:

The Creatives section has three links in the side panel: Advertisers, Campaigns, and Creatives, which access lists of each type in your account. Proceed through this guide to learn more about these categories.

QA

QA (Quality Assurance) is the final step for a Studio user. You must have a user role of External QA to see this section. After a creative is published in the Creatives tab, a preview URL is emailed to a QA specialist, who uses the URL to access the creative in the QA section.

In the QA section, QA specialists and designated vendors review and test completed creatives and approve or reject them.

For more about the QA user role and QA workflow, see the Publish creatives to QA.

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