Old Google AdSense Interface Now Gone

Nov 17, 2011 • 7:58 am | comments (6) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google AdSense

Google AdSense LogoAs expected, Google has finally and officially retired the old Google AdSense interface for the new one that rolled out two years ago.

Now when you login to the Google AdSense console, you will be taken to the new interface without a link to "return to the old interace."

Adsense: return to the old interace

There are many many complaints about this in the WebmasterWorld forums.

Personally, I switched over to the new interface years ago. But many did not and now have no choice. One publisher said:

Google needs to put a giant banner over the employee entrance -

"Just because you CAN do something, does NOT mean that you should."

Rather than -

"Let's try everything - something might work."

Another publisher said, "That ruined my afternoon!"

Anyway, we had two years and Google was very transparent about the switch over.

Forum discussion at WebmasterWorld.

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11/18/2011 06:22 pm

google is mad. the new interface suskc


11/22/2011 11:56 am

very bad


12/03/2011 11:44 am

It is hard to tell what is the ideology or practical considerations behind the new Google User Interface style.  It looks as if they were trying to copy Apple but somehow misapplied its tenets. For an application to be great, it has to be extremely well balanced between cleanness, usefulness and contrast. Google's pendulum has swung from overly complex to the other extreme.I seriously hope this idealistic approach subsides and gives again way to a more pragmatic philosophy. The new GUI has thrown visual cues, interaction flows, dynamics of attention and concrete use cases out of the window.


02/28/2012 10:47 pm

since, the new interface was introduced, there are many problems with updating payments history page. i hate this new interface.


03/24/2012 05:41 pm

the new interface is not good,we activated adsense for feeds and now can't even deactivate as there is no such option in new interface,though there was one in google's olfd interface.


05/28/2013 02:13 pm

I agree with you

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