Google Launches A New Version of AdSense Reporting Page Which Is Simpler To Use and Makes It Easier To Access And Visualize Data

Google AdSense reporting is created to allow publishers to make decisions to grow their businesses by providing insights related to their audience, content, and monetization performance. Google has now announced a new version of AdSense reporting to achieve this mission. The company is rolling it out in phases, and it may take a week or two before the change is rolled out to everyone. The new update will be completely rolled out before the end of September 2020.

The company has started rolling out a new version of the AdSense Reporting page which makes it easier to access and visualize the available insights. AdSense Help forum posted a screenshot displaying how the new layout appears. The new layout of the AdSense Reporting dashboard offers a range of new on-screen options display options. These on-screen buttons and display options are readily accessible from the main screen which will make it easier for users to understand various options.

When the account of a user is updated, they will be automatically opted in the new AdSense reporting experience. However, if you want to switch to the old version, you can do it by clicking the toggle at the top of the AdSense reporting page. It is important to note that the company has announced that it will retire the old reporting page in September of this year.

The new page comes with a redesigned interface which makes it easier for users to select date ranges, breakdowns, and filters, etc. Furthermore, the company has also removed metric families, and new metrics picker has been added. With the latest change, Google has improved charts and they are now more closely integrated with the table. Users can show each data series on a chart with just a single click. The company has included more in-product help.

Now, AdSense Reporting is mobile-optimized page to offer the same enhancements on desktop as well as smartphone devices. Furthermore, the company is limiting reporting data to three years for all AdSense products like AdSense for search to make reports more accurate. The company is also removing YouTube and AdMob data from AdSense reports.

You can still download historic data from the old AdSense Reports page or the new page. The new change should make it easier for marketers to better understand as well as analyze their ad performance. According to Google, these new changes are part of the company’s ongoing efforts to enhance its reporting tools.

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