Google AdWords Multi Login Support Rolling Out

Oct 31, 2014 - 8:12 am 1 by
Filed Under Google Ads

Google AdWords Callout Extensions IconGoogle announced on Google+ that you can soon login to multiple AdWords account via the top right menu. It basically will let you toggle from one account to the next very quickly.

Google wrote:

Today, we’re introducing a new, simplified workflow that allows you to toggle between multiple Google accounts without having to log out and back in again. With this update, you can now:

+Manage multiple AdWords accounts simultaneously in the same browser
+Stay logged into multiple AdWords accounts or other Google accounts at the same time
+Save time switching between accounts with different logins

Here is a screen shot showing where you click to access the accounts:

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To use the multiple account sign in for your AdWords accounts, you can click on your Customer ID or login email within AdWords to open the account selector. Then select to add more accounts using the "Add Account" button.

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