Tuesday, July 20, 2021

Creative groups 2 - Campaign Manager 360 Help [gg-campaignmanager-en]

Creative groups 2

The list of creative groups included in Creative Groups 2 for an advertiser. Creative groups are categorized into either Creative Groups 1 or Creative Groups 2.

Creative groups are sets of user-created labels used to group creatives for reporting purposes. Creative groups are shared by all campaigns for an advertiser. Up to two creative groups can be assigned to each creative in an ad, one from Creative Groups 1 and one from Creative Groups 2.

Placement ID - Campaign Manager 360 Help [gg-campaignmanager-en]

Placement ID

The ID associated with a placement.

Package/roadblock ID - Campaign Manager 360 Help [gg-campaignmanager-en]

Package/roadblock ID

The ID associated with a package or roadblock.

Date - Campaign Manager 360 Help [gg-campaignmanager-en]

Date

The date when the reported events took place.

Date can be used as a column, but not as a filter. To filter by date, choose a date range for your report.

Unpair and erase your Apple Watch - Apple Support

Unpair and erase your Apple Watch

Unpairing your Apple Watch restores it to its factory settings. 

If you're using your Apple Watch with a transit card in the Wallet app, remove your transit card from your Apple Watch before you unpair.

How to unpair your Apple Watch from your iPhone

  1. Keep your Apple Watch and iPhone close together as you unpair them.
  2. Open the Watch app on your iPhone.
  3. Go to the My Watch tab and tap All Watches.
  4. Tap the info button  next to the watch that you want to unpair. 
  5. Tap Unpair Apple Watch.
  6. For GPS + Cellular models, choose to keep or remove your cellular plan. 
    • If you want to pair your Apple Watch and iPhone again, keep your plan. 
    • If you don't want to pair your Apple Watch and iPhone again, remove your plan. If you aren't going to pair with a different watch or iPhone, you might need to contact your carrier to cancel your cellular subscription. 
  7. Tap again to confirm. You might need to enter your Apple ID password to disable Activation Lock. Before erasing all content and settings on your Apple Watch, your iPhone creates a new backup of your Apple Watch. You can use the backup to restore a new Apple Watch. After your Apple Watch unpairs, you'll see the Start Pairing message.
  8. Set up your Apple Watch again.

How to erase your Apple Watch if you don't have your iPhone

  1. On your Apple Watch, tap Settings > General > Reset > Erase All Content and Settings. 
  2. Type your password if prompted.
  3. For GPS + Cellular models, choose to keep or remove your cellular plan.
    • If you want to pair your Apple Watch and iPhone again, keep your plan. 
    • If you don't want to pair your Apple Watch and iPhone again, remove your plan. If you aren't going to pair with a different watch or iPhone, you might need to contact your carrier to cancel your cellular subscription. 
  4. Tap Erase All to confirm. This resets your Apple Watch to the factory settings.

Try these steps if you forgot your passcode.

Erasing all content and settings erases all media, data, and settings from your Apple Watch, but it does not remove Activation Lock. To remove Activation Lock, unpair the watch first. Before your watch is erased, a backup of its contents is created on your iPhone.

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Advertiser - Campaign Manager 360 Help [gg-campaignmanager-en]

Advertiser

An organization that creates and distributes a commercial message. In Campaign Manager 360, each campaign is associated with an advertiser.

Advertiser ID - Campaign Manager 360 Help [gg-campaignmanager-en]

Advertiser ID

The ID associated with an advertiser.

Video 4A's Ad-ID - Campaign Manager 360 Help [gg-campaignmanager-en]

Video 4A's Ad-ID

A unique identifying code for an advertising asset, part of a system maintained by the American Association of Advertising Agencies (4A's).

Ad - Campaign Manager 360 Help [gg-campaignmanager-en]

Ad

A commercial message that's delivered to a user. In Campaign Manager 360, an ad generally contains one or more creatives and is where you set the run dates and targeting criteria. To run, an ad must be assigned to a placement.

Apple Pencil compatibility - Apple Support

Apple Pencil compatibility

Find out which Apple Pencil works with which iPad.

Apple Pencil (2nd generation)

You can use Apple Pencil (2nd generation) with these iPad models: 

  • iPad Air (4th generation)
  • iPad Pro 12.9-inch (3rd generation) and later
  • iPad Pro 11-inch (1st generation) and later

Apple Pencil (1st generation)

You can use Apple Pencil (1st generation) with these iPad models:

  • iPad (8th generation)
  • iPad mini (5th generation)
  • iPad (7th generation)
  • iPad (6th generation)
  • iPad Air (3rd generation)
  • iPad Pro 12.9-inch (1st or 2nd generation)
  • iPad Pro 10.5-inch
  • iPad Pro 9.7-inch

Not sure which iPad you have? Identify your iPad model.

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Placement strategy - Campaign Manager 360 Help [gg-campaignmanager-en]

Placement strategy

A grouping of placements for reporting purposes. Strategies are typically the approaches that marketing used for each placement.

Site ID (DCM) - Campaign Manager 360 Help [gg-campaignmanager-en]

Creative field - Campaign Manager 360 Help [gg-campaignmanager-en]

Creative field

A label that you can define and apply to creatives. You can add creative fields to your organize your data and better understand how creatives are performing.

Designated Market Area (DMA) - Campaign Manager 360 Help [gg-campaignmanager-en]

Designated Market Area (DMA)

Created by Nielsen Media Research, DMA Regions identify geographic areas consisting of groups of counties that share the same home market television stations. Nielsen has identified 210 DMA Regions.

If you run a report that includes DMA Region as a dimension, you may notice two additional rows in your reporting results:

  • Not Metroized: Includes impressions from users whose IP addresses belong to countries not defined by DMA Regions. The DMA Regions available for targeting with Google Marketing Platform products apply only to the US, so any impressions from outside the US will appear as "Not Metroized" in reports.
  • No Metro: Includes impressions from US users whose IP addresses don't fall within defined DMA Regions.

About the security content of macOS 10.14.6 Supplemental Update - Apple Support

About the security content of macOS 10.14.6 Supplemental Update

This document describes the security content of macOS 10.14.6 Supplemental Update.

About Apple security updates

For our customers' protection, Apple doesn't disclose, discuss, or confirm security issues until an investigation has occurred and patches or releases are available. Recent releases are listed on the Apple security updates page.

Apple security documents reference vulnerabilities by CVE-ID when possible.

For more information about security, see the Apple Product Security page.

macOS 10.14.6 Supplemental Update

Released October 1, 2020

macOS 10.14.6 Supplemental Update for macOS Mojave includes the security content of Safari 14.0.

Information about products not manufactured by Apple, or independent websites not controlled or tested by Apple, is provided without recommendation or endorsement. Apple assumes no responsibility with regard to the selection, performance, or use of third-party websites or products. Apple makes no representations regarding third-party website accuracy or reliability. Contact the vendor for additional information.

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Site (Site Directory) - Campaign Manager 360 Help [gg-campaignmanager-en]

Site (Site Directory)

A site within Site Directory, a comprehensive list of websites that accept display advertising, maintained by Google. Each Campaign Manager 360 site is associated with a site in Site Directory.

Creative ID - Campaign Manager 360 Help [gg-campaignmanager-en]

Creative ID

The ID associated with a creative.

Creative version - Campaign Manager 360 Help [gg-campaignmanager-en]

Creative version

An internal identifier that helps you keep track of multiple versions of a creative. If you upload a new asset to an existing creative, the version is increased by one. You can also manually increase the version.

Month - Campaign Manager 360 Help [gg-campaignmanager-en]

Month

The month of the year.

Delete photos on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch - Apple Support

Delete photos on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch

Learn how to delete photos and videos that you don't want, or get them back if you accidentally delete them. 

Before you delete

Make sure that you back up the photos and videos that you still want. When you use iCloud Photos and delete a photo or video on one device, it gets deleted on all other devices where you're signed in with the same Apple ID. Learn how to delete photos and videos in iCloud Photos

To see how much storage you have left on your device, go to Settings > General > [Device] Storage. Learn more about managing your device photo storage.


Delete photos or videos

When you delete photos and videos, they go to your Recently Deleted album for 30 days. After 30 days, they'll be permanently deleted.

If you use iCloud Photos, and delete photos and videos from one device, the photos and videos will be deleted on your other devices.

If you add photos to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch by connecting your device to your computer, you can't delete them directly from your device in the Photos app. If you see the gray Trash button  when you try to delete a photo from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, you might need to stop syncing photos from your computer. Learn how to stop syncing photos from your computer.

Delete a single photo

Delete Photo option that appears after you tap the photo or video you want to delete

  1. Open Photos.
  2. Tap All Photos and select the photo or video that you want to delete.
  3. Tap the Trash button , then tap Delete Photo.
     

Delete multiple photos

Multiple photos selected in the Photos app

  1. Open Photos and tap All Photos, then tap Select.
  2. Tap multiple photos, or slide your finger across multiple photos to select more than one.
  3. Tap the Trash button , then confirm to delete the items.
     


Recover deleted photos or videos

If you accidentally delete a photo or video, you have 30 days to get it back from your Recently Deleted album. When you recover photos and videos, they go back to your All Photos album. Here's how to recover deleted photos or videos:

  1. Open Photos and tap the Albums tab.
  2. Tap the Recently Deleted album, then tap Select.
  3. Tap the photo or video that you want to keep or tap Recover All.
  4. Tap Recover again to confirm.

If you're missing a photo or video, you can try these steps to find it.


Delete photos permanently

If you want to permanently delete your photos or videos, you can remove them from the Recently Deleted album. When you delete a photo from this album, you can't get it back. Here's how to delete photos permanently: 

  1. Open Photos and tap the Albums tab.
  2. Tap the Recently Deleted album, then tap Select.
  3. Tap the photos or videos that you want to delete or tap Delete All.
  4. Tap Delete again to confirm.
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Click-through URL - Campaign Manager 360 Help [gg-campaignmanager-en]

Click-through URL

To see the most accurate information about what landing page was used at the time a creative served, including creatives with multiple exits, use the new Landing Page URL dimension. The existing Click-through URL and Exit URL dimensions will be deprecated over the coming quarters.

The URL set at the creative-level in the Trafficking UI. If you update the click-through URL while a campaign is already running, the click-through URL dimension will no longer reflect the original landing page, only the one that is currently set in the UI.

Due to the possibility of multiple exit URLs, rich media and display creatives return a value of "(not set)" for this dimension in Report Builder.

Operating system - Campaign Manager 360 Help [gg-campaignmanager-en]

Operating system

The computer operating system to which an ad was served. Note that mobile platforms are listed with browser types.

Possible operating systems are:

  • Windows (Windows)
  • Macintosh (Macintosh)
  • Unix, Linux (Android)
  • Unknown OS (iOS)
  • Roku

Ad ID - Campaign Manager 360 Help [gg-campaignmanager-en]

Ad ID

The ID associated with an ad.

Hour - Campaign Manager 360 Help [gg-campaignmanager-en]

Hour

The hour of day.

Hourly breakdown of data is not available in combination with certain dimensions.

Identity verification for Apple Card or Apple Cash - Apple Support

Identity verification for Apple Card or Apple Cash

To protect your account, you might be asked to verify your identity when using Apple Cash or applying for Apple Card.

How to verify your identity for Apple Card

If you are asked to scan your valid Driver License or State ID when you apply for Apple Card,1 follow these steps:

  1. Scan the front of your Photo ID and tap Continue
  2. Scan the back of your Photo ID and tap Continue

To rescan your Photo ID, tap Scan Again.

If your Apple Card application was declined because your identification information couldn't be verified, learn what you can do.

How to verify your identity for Apple Cash

  1. Go to your card info:
    • iPhone: Open the Wallet app, tap your Apple Cash card, then tap the more button
    • iPad: Open the Settings app, tap Wallet & Apple Pay, then tap your Apple Cash card.
    • Apple Watch: Open the Apple Watch app on your iPhone, tap Wallet & Apple Pay, then tap your Apple Cash card. 
  2. Tap Verify Identity. 
  3. Follow the onscreen steps. When capturing your Driver License or state ID card, use these tips: 
    • Place your card on a dark background. 
    • Capture all four corners of your card. 
    • Make sure that there's nothing between your device's camera and the card that would obscure it.

The first time that you verify your identity, you might be asked for this information:

  • Your full name
  • Your social security number
  • Your date of birth
  • Your home address3
  • Answers to questions regarding your personal history
  • An image of your valid Driver License or state ID card

To use all the features of Apple Cash2 and send and receive money with Apple Pay, you must verify your identity.

When you'll be asked to verify your identity

You'll be asked to verify your identity based on how much you use Apple Cash. You may not add or receive $500 or more in total without verifying your identity. You might also be asked to verify your identity prior to this limit.

To protect your account and the security of your money, you might be asked to verify your identity when using Apple Cash, even if you have previously done so.

For Apple Cash Family

If the family organizer hasn't already, they need to verify their identity when they set up Apple Cash Family.

Members of the Family Sharing group that are over 18 years old and take ownership of their Apple Cash account, must verify their identity.

If you're under 18 years old, your family organizer can set up Apple Cash for you.

Why you'll be asked for your personal data

Person to person payments and the Apple Cash card are services provided by Green Dot Bank, member FDIC, a regulated financial institution. Green Dot Bank is required by federal law to verify the identity of its customers.

To verify your identity, Green Dot Bank will request social security numbers and other personal information to ensure that customers are eligible to use the service.

Where is your personal information going

Information that you provide will be sent to Green Dot Bank and their identity verification service provider. Your name and address is securely stored by the partner bank and Apple Payments Inc. If asked, social security number, date of birth, answers to questions (e.g. confirm street name you have previously lived on), or a copy of your government ID will be provided to Green Dot Bank and their identity service provider, and stored by Green Dot Bank as long as required by law. This additional information cannot be read by Apple.

Apple created Apple Payments Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary, to protect your privacy by storing and processing information separately from the rest of Apple and in a way that the rest of Apple doesn't know.

What if you enter the wrong information

Try to verify your identity again. When you verify again, we might ask for your valid Driver License or state ID. 

  1. Go to your card info:
    • iPhone: Open the Wallet app, tap your Apple Cash card, then tap the more button . 
    • iPad: Open the Settings app, tap Wallet & Apple Pay, then tap your Apple Cash card.
    • Apple Watch: Open the Apple Watch app, tap Wallet & Apple Pay, then tap your Apple Cash card. 
  2. Tap Verify Identity. If you don't see this option, contact us. You might need to close your account and open a new one.
  3. Follow the onscreen steps.

What if you don't have the information that you need to verify your identity

If your identity is unable to be verified, you won't be able to use all the features of Apple Cash, including sending and receiving money and adding money to your Apple Cash balance.

You can use the money on your Apple Cash account to make purchases in stores, in apps, and on the web, and you can transfer money to your bank. 

  1. Apple Card is issued by Goldman Sachs Bank USA, Salt Lake City Branch. Apple Card is available only in the United States.
  2. You must be at least 18 years old and a resident of the United States to send and receive money with Apple Pay or receive the Apple Cash card. If you're under 18 years old, your family organizer can set up Apple Cash for you as part of Apple Cash Family.These services are provided by Green Dot Bank, Member FDIC. Learn more about the Terms and Conditions.
  3. You should enter a home address. If you enter a post office box, your account will be restricted. Contact us.

Information about products not manufactured by Apple, or independent websites not controlled or tested by Apple, is provided without recommendation or endorsement. Apple assumes no responsibility with regard to the selection, performance, or use of third-party websites or products. Apple makes no representations regarding third-party website accuracy or reliability. Contact the vendor for additional information.

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Package/roadblock total booked units - Campaign Manager 360 Help [gg-campaignmanager-en]

Package/roadblock total booked units

The total number of units (impressions, clicks, etc.) that have been booked for all placements within the package or roadblock.

Booked units ignore flights, so you will see the total value across all flights. Placement total booked units will be "(not set)" if the placement is part of a group, and package/roadblock total booked units will be "(not set)" if a placement isn't part of a group.

For example:

Flight start date Booked units
January 1 310
February 1 600
February 6 (placement end date)

The total booked units for this placement would be 910 (310 + 600), independent of the date range of the report or dates when the placement ran.

For a package or roadblock, the number of package/roadblock total booked units is 910 and placement total booked units is "(not set)". For placements that aren't part of a group, the number of placement total booked units is 910 and package/roadblock booked units is "(not set)".

Package/roadblock strategy - Campaign Manager 360 Help [gg-campaignmanager-en]

Package/roadblock strategy

The placement strategy assigned to a package or roadblock. For an individual placement that's part of a roadblock, it can be useful to view both the placement strategy and the package/roadblock strategy.

Site ID (Site Directory) - Campaign Manager 360 Help [gg-campaignmanager-en]

Site ID (Site Directory)

The ID associated with a site in Site Directory.

Set up an Apple Watch for a family member - Apple Support

Set up an Apple Watch for a family member

Family Setup in watchOS 7 lets family members who don't have their own iPhone enjoy the features and benefits of an Apple Watch.

How it works

With Family Setup, your family member who doesn't have their own iPhone can use their Apple Watch to do things like make phone calls, send messages, and share their location with you.

After you set up a watch for a family member, you can use your iPhone to manage some of the watch's capabilities.

Note that some Apple Watch features depend on having a companion iPhone, and aren't available on an Apple Watch that you pair using Family Setup.

What you need

* A cellular plan isn't required to set up an Apple Watch for a family member, but is necessary for some features.

Put on the watch and turn it on

If the Apple Watch isn't new, erase it first.

Then put on the watch, or have your family member put it on. Press and hold the side button until you see the Apple logo.

Hold the watch near your iPhone

Hold the Apple Watch close to your iPhone. Wait until "Use your iPhone to set up this Apple Watch" appears on your iPhone, then tap Continue. If you don't see this message, open the Watch app on your iPhone, tap All Watches, then tap Pair New Watch.

Tap Set Up for a Family Member, then tap Continue on the next screen.

Pair the watch with your iPhone

Hold your iPhone over the animation that appears on the watch. Center the watch face in the viewfinder on your iPhone, then wait for a message to say that your Apple Watch is paired. If you can't use the camera, tap Pair Apple Watch Manually, then follow the steps that appear.

Then tap Set Up Apple Watch.

Set up a passcode

Tap Agree on the Terms and Conditions screen, then choose a text size for the Apple Watch.

Next, set a passcode to keep the watch secure.

Pick a family member

Choose the family member who will use the Apple Watch. If they don't appear, tap Add New Family Member.

Enter the family member's Apple ID password, then tap Next.

Turn on Ask to Buy

Turn on Ask to Buy if you want to give approval for any downloads or purchases made on the Apple Watch.

Set up cellular and Wi-Fi

If your iPhone cellular provider supports Family Setup, you can add the watch to your plan. If your carrier doesn't support it, you might be able to use an alternative carrier. Then you can set up cellular on the watch later.

Next, choose whether to share your current Wi-Fi network with the Apple Watch.

Turn on other features

In the screens that follow, choose whether to turn on and set up additional Apple Watch features. These include Location Services for the Find People app, Siri, Apple Cash Family, Messages in iCloud, Health Data, Emergency SOS, Emergency Contacts, Medical ID, Activity, Workout Route Tracking, and Photos.

Set up shared contacts and Schooltime

Now you're asked to set up the contacts that will be available on the Apple Watch. To allow this, you need to have Contacts in iCloud enabled. Go to Settings > [your name] > iCloud on your iPhone and make sure that Contacts is turned on.*

Then you can choose trusted people from your own Contacts app to share on the Apple Watch. You can manage these shared contacts later, and set up restrictions, in Screen Time on your iPhone.

Finally, set a Screen Time passcode for the watch, and turn on Schooltime. When you're finished, tap OK to begin using the Apple Watch.

* If you're in China mainland, you also need to make sure that the Contacts app on your iPhone can use wireless data. Open Contacts, then tap one of the options to allow data use.
 

Availability of features and apps

Health and fitness features:

  • High and low heart rate notifications are available for users 13 and older. 
  • Fall detection is available for users 18 and older.
  • Users under the age of 13 can use move minutes, rather than active calories, for their Move goal in the Activity app.

Apple Pay features:

  • Apple Cash Family is available to users under the age of 18, allowing them to make purchases and send and receive money in Messages with Apple Pay (United States only).
  • Apple Pay using a credit, debit, or transit card in the Wallet app is not available with Family Setup.

The following features and apps are not available: irregular heart rhythm notifications, ECG, Cycle Tracking, Sleep, Blood Oxygen, Podcasts, Remote, News, Home, and Shortcuts.

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