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Customize your tables and charts in Google Ads

Customize your tables and charts in Google Ads


[MUSIC PLAYING] SPEAKER: Let’s review how to
customize tables and charts so you can evaluate
the data that matters most to your business. The best way to spot
opportunities for your business is to regularly review
your performance data. With tables and charts, you
can examine account-wide trends or find the answers to specific
questions about your ads. To change the dates of
your performance data, click the date range selector
in the upper right of the page. This changes the date range
for all your account pages. You can also
compare date ranges. Choose your date range. Click Apply. And compare your performance. Click the three-dot
icon in the chart to see performance grouped
by day, week, month, quarter, or year. Hover over the line chart
to see more information about your performance
for a specific time. To add or remove table
columns, reorder columns, or save a column set,
click the columns icon. And then click Modify columns. Click a column category to
see available columns or type in the search box to search
for a column by name. To add a column, check its box. You’ll now see it in
the list on the right. To remove a column,
click the X next to it in the list on the right. To change the order
of the columns, click and drag each
column to your preferred position on the list. To save your selections
for future usage, click “Save your column set” and
enter a name and click Apply. To resize a column
in the table, click and drag the edge of the
column header left or right. To sort your table, click
the header of the column that you want to
sort your data by. To reverse the order, click
the same header again. You can segment your
table data to break out what’s most important to you. To segment table data,
click the segment icon and choose which
dimensions you want to use to split up your rows. For example, click Devices
to see only devices data across all your
ads and campaigns. Filter your table data to focus
on what matters most to you. Click the filter icon and select
what data you want to see. For example, you can
select Clicks, enter 10, and then click Apply. You’ll see results that have
gotten more than 10 clicks. A blue filter will appear
at the top of the table. You can also add filters
by typing them in. Click the X to
remove your filters. Segment and Filter won’t change
the way your ads or campaigns are running, but will
give you different ways of seeing your table data. To hide the chart,
click the three-dot icon in the upper right
corner of the chart. Then select “Hide chart.” To show the chart, click the
three-dot icon in the table. Then click “Show chart.” To expand the chart, click
the expand chart icon. Click the collapse chart icon
to return to the standard view. To change the
metrics in a chart, click the dropdown
menus in the upper right corner of the chart. You can view up to two
metrics at the same time. If you have any filters
applied, the chart will reflect only those
affiliated metrics. To learn more about Google
Ads, visit the Help Center.

15 thoughts on “Customize your tables and charts in Google Ads

  1. Showing 4 different metrics on a thumbnail and then giving us info, that there only two at the same time. Yeah..

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  3. I watched the full video. New features are really very cool. Hope, It should have become very effective. As a professional, we really need something new for an evolutionary change. So, here it comes.
    Here some of my knowledge I present.
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    https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/its-all-google-ad-features-aman-solanki/
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  4. in your case, as mine, we have two campaigns activated but only one chart is showing. How come? isn't it suppose to be two charts ?

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