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Data Studio Enable Creating Apps, Big Screen, Docs Experiences

A number of new report properties added to the Data Studio that enable of creating apps, big screen, and document experiences is announced on Monday, give report creators full control over the viewer experience.

The following new report properties giving you the ability to control are added and enabled on all reports include:

  • The visibility of the report header
  • Using a top or left hand navigation control
  • Whether to show margins
  • The height and width of the canvas

To use them, just open or create a new report, unselect all components, and you will see these new report properties.

To learn more read the report layout options article, check out the help center and screenshots below:

App Experience: Auto-hide header, no-margins, left hand nav

Data Studio App Experience
Data Studio App Experience

Big Screen Experience: Auto-hide header, no-margins, 16:9 aspect ratio

Google Data Studio 16:9 aspect ratio
Google Data Studio 16:9 aspect ratio

Document Experience: Fixed header, margins, custom canvas length

Data Studio Document Experience
Data Studio Document Experience
Google Data Studio

In a post today, the AdSense team explains how to manage the risks associated with user comments. Though, comments help to drive discussion and increase reader engagement, but at the same time “negative, rude, or abusive comments take away from the article, and can also cause your site to no longer be eligible to show Google ads, wrties the team.

So, as a publisher, here is how you can keep comments — or, more generally, user-generated content (UGC) — policy compliant so that your site can continue to monetize with Google.

First up, rather than adding inline comments in your contents, as a best practise, you can rather at the end of your content, “place a call to action, such as: ‘User Comments’ or ‘View Comments’ which lets users open the comments in a new page,” the team said.

On that new page, “make sure not to place any Google ad tags, so that no ads serve next to those comments.”

call-to-action for comments on contents
Call-to-action for Comments on contents
infographic: google adsense at a glance policy compliance
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