Google AdWords Editor 11.1.2 Update Improves Performance

Aug 31, 2015 - 8:02 am 0 by
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Google quietly announced on Google+ that they've upgraded the AdWords Editor to version 11.1.2.

Google said this upgrade is mostly a "service release" that improved performance.

Google wrote:

We've rolled out a service release for AdWords Editor 11.1, which includes improved performance when working with labels, posting sitelinks, and importing CSV files. You can download the latest version here:

The specific changes are:

  • Replace text: AdWords Editor can replace text in final URLs and final mobile URLs.
  • Ad group targeting: Fixed an issue that warned users that an ad group had no targeting criteria, even if a mobile app or mobile app category was targeted.
  • Negative search: Improvements to the accuracy of negative search.
  • “Default:” and “any:” searches: Includes final URLs and final mobile URLs.
  • Cost per conversion stats: Downloaded with stats sync.

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