If you have recently in the past two visited your AdSense account, you might have notice, Google begin displaying a new User Interface--today, Google officially announced of rolling out the new AdSense user experience -- as part of Google's efforts to bring Google+ look and feel across its products and services, that began in June this year.
"As part of our Google-wide initiative to deliver a simpler, more beautiful experience across all of our products, in the next few days we'll be giving your AdSense account a facelift," Google stated.
"Your account will still have the same general structure, but you'll notice some gradual updates to introduce cleaner design elements," Google said.
Google had already given a facelift to Analytics and AdWords.
First up, the "Performance reports" tab, now organizes "reports by type." Just, click 'Common reports' to access standard reports, and then use the new date range selector. You'll still be able to choose to either see your default report or daily account performance.
Here's a sneak peek of the new look:
Another changes that you'll notice is the location of help content, now moved from the left navigation bar to a dedicated 'Help' link in the top right corner. Also, a new 'Send Feedback' link is added there to quickly inform Google if something isn't working as intended.
However, for account support, you still required to visit Help Center.
Google for Nonprofits now allow adding of multiple administrators to Nonprofits account.
"We're now excited to announce the ability to have multiple administrators manage your Google for Nonprofits account," posted Google for Nonprofits engineering team.
"Now, when you sign into your account, you'll see a new screen on the User Home Page to "Manage Administrators" where you can review pending requests and accept or deny those requests."
"If someone is requesting administrative access of your organization's account you'll get an email notification. On the User Home Page you will see the option to "Manage Administrators with '(Action required)' written next to that. By selecting 'Manage Administrators,' you can make a decision on whether to approve or deny that request," explains Nonprofits team blog.