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Can account granted with READ access able to create or remove keyword?

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We find email granted with READ access right is able to read everything including billing information.

 

Is there any way we can select what information a READ access email can be access?

 

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Can account granted with READ access able to create or remove keyword?

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Yes, right.


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Can account granted with READ access able to create or remove keyword?

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Hi @Umadx O,

 

User with read only access can not add/remove keywords.

 

Get more detail here: About access levels in your AdWords account


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Can account granted with READ access able to create or remove keyword?

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Thanks. The user can still click and enter for keyword function, but not able to SAVE at the end, right?

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Can account granted with READ access able to create or remove keyword?

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Yes, right.


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