Google Gives AdSense Interface An Update

By: Chris Crum - August 23, 2012

Google has revealed a new redesign for the AdSense interface, which it is rolling out this week.

“Your account will still have the same general structure, but you’ll notice some gradual updates to introduce cleaner design elements,” says Arlene Lee of Google’s Inside AdSense Team. “If you’re also using Analytics or AdWords, you’ll be familiar with some of the updates.”

For one, the location of help content has been moved from the left navigation bar to a “Help” link in the top right corner. A “Send Feedback” link has also been added in that area. This link doesn’t get you to account support, so Google suggests that you still turn to the Help Center for answers and contact forms for specific questions. My guess is that people will still use that link for this purpose.

AdSense design tweaks

AdSense design tweaks

In the “Performance Reports” tab, Google is now organizing reports by type. “Common Reports,” for example, will take you to standard reports, though you can still choose between your default report and your daily performance.

The updates are rolling out over the next few days.

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