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How to Filter "All campaigns but removed" in new AdWords Platform

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How do i filter "all but removed campaigns in the new platform.  

 

 

I do not seem a user-friendly way to find this filter. ?? 

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Re: How to Filter "All campaigns but removed" in new AdWords Platform

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Hi @Alex W.

 

By default, all active campaigns are displayed.  Select the 3 stacked dots next to 'All Campaigns', then you have the option to add Paused or Removed or both. 

 

 paused.jpg

 

These same options will apply to your main pane display of campaigns too - choose the 3 stacked dots for the same options.

 

paused2.jpg

 

As with any new or updated software, it's worthwhile to spend some time exploring the different buttons and options to identify where previous features will be located in the new UI. Also, it's worth mentioning that many features are not yet implemented and will require you to refer back to the current UI.

 

-Tommy

Tommy Sands, AdWords Top Contributor | Community Profile | Twitter | Philly Marketing Labs
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Re: How to Filter "All campaigns but removed" in new AdWords Platform

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Hi @Alex W.

 

By default, all active campaigns are displayed.  Select the 3 stacked dots next to 'All Campaigns', then you have the option to add Paused or Removed or both. 

 

 paused.jpg

 

These same options will apply to your main pane display of campaigns too - choose the 3 stacked dots for the same options.

 

paused2.jpg

 

As with any new or updated software, it's worthwhile to spend some time exploring the different buttons and options to identify where previous features will be located in the new UI. Also, it's worth mentioning that many features are not yet implemented and will require you to refer back to the current UI.

 

-Tommy

Tommy Sands, AdWords Top Contributor | Community Profile | Twitter | Philly Marketing Labs
Did you find any helpful responses or answers to your query? If yes, please mark it as the ‘Best Answer.’