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Save your top ten custom reports in AdSense

If you are an AdSense reports junkie, you are going to love the new Custom Reports feature released today.

Custom reports are advanced reports that you can save for future use. Any advanced report you generate can be saved as a custom report with the same date range and channel settings you’ve chosen. You can quickly access custom reports from your Overview page or the drop-down on your Advanced Reports page.

A nice feature for those who have a series of channels you like to check regularly, without having to scroll through the teeny tiny channel selector box.

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1 comment to Save your top ten custom reports in AdSense

  • Lea

    Yeah, but they’ve also gone from GET to POST, so all the lovely standard reports I had bookmarked aren’t editable anymore.
    Tres annoying.
    Why lock us into their system and only their system? Why not remain flexible?
    :(

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