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Grant access to campaign Settings but not account

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Hello,

 

How can I give a client access to administer their own campaigns without giving them access to my whole account. There are other campaigns in my account that I don't want them to see.

 

Thanks 

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Hi,

Kindly visit below link to "Share and manage account access".

http://support.google.com/adwords/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=1704346

I think its not possible to give partial access to anyone.

Just a thought of Mine!

Anchal



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Hello.

 

I think in your case it's better you give him only E mail type access level because for rest of access levels he can see other campaigns in account. Kinldy read the types of access level in Google adwords  for more clearity.

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Hi,

Kindly visit below link to "Share and manage account access".

http://support.google.com/adwords/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=1704346

I think its not possible to give partial access to anyone.

Just a thought of Mine!

Anchal



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Hi Webedgegav,

 

I am not too sure on this, but may be you can create one new child MCC account for him and add only his account in this new child account.


And then you can decide on what access level you want to give him. Standard level, admimistrative level etc.

 

In this way your whole mcc will not be visible to him as he will access his account from this new mcc login details.

 

More on MCC here

 

I hope it helps as I am not too sure if it is feasable option for you.

 

Thanks
Neha

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Hi webedgegav;

If you are referring to a "standalone" account:

Access levels are granted per account. You cannot grant a certain access level to a specific campaign, while having no access / or different access level to the rest of the account .

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oops I just re-read the question! You talking about Campaigns not different accounts under MCC.

Sorry, my bad!

Thanks
Neha
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Is there some instruction I need to know in settings up campaign with no account payment,

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So, does that mean that I'll have to move everything to a new account if I don't want one client to see the account of another client?

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