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Universal App Campaign Status isn't visible to advertisers?

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Original Issue: Universal App Campaign's status is always shown as "Eligible" for advertisers/customers/users, irrespective of any change. 

 

Update: Apparently as of now, Universal App Campaign status is always show as "Eligible" irrespective of any change. And only the Internal Adwords Team can view the actual status of an Universal App Campaign. 

 

The Support Team did tell me that they're working on it and will be able to provide the status like for other Adwords campaign soon in future. Not really satisfied with the whole thing, especially that it's been a while since the Universal App Campaign feature has been launched and moreover knowing the status of your own Ad is very fundamental and should work naturally as it does for other types of campaign.

 

Right now, the only way to confirm whether my Ad is REALLY approved and works is to experiment with the bidding and see if I get an Impression/Click.

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Hi there;
This requires a specialist to look into your account and "dig" into the campaign, and compare the ad approval status shown on the UI, vs. the ad status  support sees on the CRM.

I will ask Google to have another specialist look into this.

Moshe, AdWords Top Contributor , Twitter | Linkedin | Community Profile | Ad-Globe
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Thanks for the Response MosheTLV! I contacted once again the support team over phone, and they apparently concretely conclude that Universal App Campaign's status is only visible to their Internal Team. I have updated the same in the first post.