Release notes archive
Release notes for July 23, 2019
Changes to Asset Library and Dynamic Content
In order to reduce maintenance time and build innovative new features faster, we’re removing some low usage features from Studio that no longer serve our users.
The following Asset Library features have been removed:
- Replace assets in live creatives
- Batch replace assets in Studio creatives
- Folder move
- Asset move
Two list views have been removed from the Dynamic Content tab:
- Content Sources list view
- Elements list view
Learn more about each of these changes below.
Asset Library features no longer available
Replacing assets in live creatives
Previously, you could replace an asset that’s used in one or more live creatives without editing the creatives themselves.
Instead, you can edit the creatives, then review, publish, and retraffic them.
Replacing an asset in multiple creatives at once
You can no longer replace an asset in multiple creatives with one Asset Library overwrite action. Previously, when you uploaded an asset with the same name as an existing asset, you could also choose to overwrite the asset in any creative it was used in.
Instead, you can manually upload a new image to the creatives you want to update.
Moving asset folders
You can no longer use the “Move to” action to move a folder.
Instead, download any assets in the folder you want to copy. Navigate to the folder you want to move to. Create a new folder, along with any subfolders. Upload the assets into the appropriate folders.
You can no longer use the “Move to” action to move an asset from one folder to another.
Instead, save the asset. Navigate to the folder you want to move it to, then upload the asset to that folder.
Dynamic Content features no longer available
View all content sources in your advertiser
Previously, you could navigate to your advertiser in the Dynamic Content tab, then click “Content sources” to see all of the content sources uploaded to your advertiser across all dynamic profiles.
Instead, open your advertiser in the Dynamic Content tab, then click “Transformed content”. All of the content sources in your advertiser appear in the “Content source” column.
View all elements in a profile
Previously, you could navigate to your advertiser in the Dynamic Content tab, then click “Elements” to see all of the elements used in your advertiser across all dynamic profiles.
Instead, open your advertiser in the Dynamic Content tab, then click “Transformed content”. All of the elements in your advertiser appear in the “Element” column.
Release notes for June 7, 2019
Update to email support options
Starting on June 20, 2019, support teams for Google Marketing Platform advertising products (Campaign Manager, Display & Video 360, Studio, Search Ads 360) will no longer be able to accept requests sent via direct email.
You can continue to contact our support teams via chat or email through in-product help by clicking on the icon in the top right of the product. You can also reach out to support by clicking “Contact us” or “Get support” in the top right corner of the help center. Learn more
In-product and help center support channels provide many benefits, including:
Access to chat support, in addition to the same email format you use today, to get real-time access to a support specialist;
Faster, more relevant solutions to your issues by giving our support teams fuller context up front;
Immediate answers to some issues as we leverage the latest technology to recommend you useful help center articles.
Release notes for March 11, 2019
Release notes for May 31, 2018
Release notes for October 4, 2017
Release notes for July 13, 2017
New look for creative previews
DoubleClick Studio's preview step has been refreshed with a modern look and feel.
- To view creative events or adjust display properties, click Show details (now an icon).
- To send creatives to the Creative Preview app on your mobile device, open the "Preview location" menu (formerly "Push to device").
Release notes for June 20, 2017
Release notes for June 13, 2017
First-party DCM and Bid Manager audience list targeting
Studio dynamic creatives can now target content using first-party, advertiser-owned audience lists from DoubleClick Campaign Manager or Bid Manager. Learn more