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New tools for managing AdWords at scale

We’ve rolled out new bulk editing features that help you update your settings across your campaigns quickly and easily in the AdWords interface. Since updating your settings is an important but time-consuming task, the new bulk editing features let you make these changes at scale in just a few clicks, even across hundreds or thousands of campaigns. 

With the new bulk edit features, you can:   
+filter for campaigns targeting a specific location,
+update multiple campaigns with a new targeted location, and
+adjust other settings like language, campaign end dates, and ad rotation. 

Let’s say you’ve just extended your business operations to Mexico, and would like all of your US campaigns to target Mexico as well. You can filter to quickly find all of your campaigns targeting the US, so you can add Mexico as an additional location to those campaigns with just a few clicks (see image below).

Check out our help center ( to learn more about how you can use bulk editing features to make changes to your settings at scale across your campaigns.  
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Interesting! So far, I've found adjusting settings through the editor was the easiest option for such changes. 
I agree, the adwords editor is my tool of choice for bulk uploads and editing. Speaking of the editor, are there any plans for and update to the actual application? 
+S. J. Givens AdWords editor will be sunset soon. AdWords will only be workable in the cloud then ,unfortunately for Power users.
+Michael Colart +S. J. Givens Hi guys! Glad to hear you're both AdWords Editor users. To address your concerns, there are not plans to deprecate the tool. Matt Lawson, our Director of Search Ads, addressed this same question in a recent live chat on Twitter (transcript here: To quote, "We’re committed to the success of our advertisers and AdWords Editor is very much a part of that. We have some big updates coming soon that we know will get people excited. Let’s just say “demise” is the last word I’d use to describe one of our favorite tools." Hope this helps provide some clarity - have a great weekend! -Dan
+Larry Kim Given your post of December last year, predicting the demise of AdWords Editor, you might be interested in the above comment from +Google Ads .
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