Wednesday, September 29, 2021

Limits of User-ID views & Cross Device reports - Analytics Help [gg-analytics-en]

Limits of User-ID views & Cross Device reports

This information only applies to User-ID enabled properties.
The report is visible only in User-ID enabled views in those properties.
In this article:

User-agent change to iOS 13

As of September 2019, Apple changed the user agent for the iPad so that it appears as desktop traffic. This change will cause a decrease in iPad tablet traffic and an increase in Safari desktop traffic. Since iPad users will be receiving desktop sites by default, this change in reporting matches the user experience.

User-ID views only display data for sessions in which an ID is sent to Analytics

A User-ID view is a special reporting view that doesn't include all of your data. These views only include data from sessions in which a user ID (and related data) is sent to Analytics. To analyze all of your data -- including data from sessions in which an ID is not sent to Analytics -- use a different view.

Users are calculated differently in User ID views

Each ID sent to Analytics is counted as a unique user. This means that all engagement activity associated with the same ID is attributed to one user, even if these activities occur over several sessions and devices over an extended period of time.

Although this more accurately reflects the real way users engage with online content, the total number of users reported in a User-ID view are likely to be different than the total number of users you see reported in a non-User-ID view, or in another analytics solution.

The date range is limited to 90 days in the Cross Device reports

In all of the Cross Device reports, the date picker is limited to 90 days. If you know you need to analyze data older than 90 days, export your reports on a regular basis and save them to compare to future data.

Cross Device reports are only available within a User-ID view

There are three Cross Device reports: Device Overlap, Device Paths, and Acquisition Device. These reports display data collected during sessions in which a user ID is sent to Analytics. These reports are only available in a User ID view.

Revenue is attributed differently in the Cross Device reports than in other reports

The way revenue is attributed in the Cross Device reports is different than the way it's attributed in any other Analytics report. In a Cross Device report, a transaction needs to start on a device for any revenue data to be attributed to that device. For example, in the Cross Device report called Acquisition Device, the metric called Revenue from Originating Device only includes revenue from transactions completed on a device if it was the first device used during the selected date range of the report. In other reports, the revenue metrics for a device include all of the transactions completed on that device.

The device categories in the Cross Device reports are defined by Analytics

There are three device categories that can appear in the Cross Device reports: Mobile, Tablet, and Desktop. Laptops are included in the Desktop category. These categories are automatically defined by Analytics based on signals from specific devices. You can't change these definitions or reclassify devices into different categories. You can, however, use custom dimensions to create your own device categories.

Different web browsers on the same device are counted as unique devices in the Cross Device reports

Different web browsers on the same device, including instances of incognito and private browsing, are counted as unique devices in the Cross Device reports. For example, if a user signs in on two different browsers on the same laptop, two unique devices are attributed to that one user ID.

About events - Google Web Designer Help [gg-webdesigner-en]

About events

This feature is unavailable for video ads and image ads.

Events are how you set actions in response to user gestures, timeline keyframes, or other occurrences in your ad or HTML document. For example, you could use a touch event in an ad to trigger the start of an animation, or you could trigger a CSS change at a point on the timeline where you set an event marker.

Events Overview - Google Web Designer

The Event dialog

You connect objects and actions to events in the Event dialog. The Event dialog is an interactive dialog that walks you through the following steps to set up an event:

  1. Target: Choose the object that triggers the event, such as a button.
  2. Event: Select the event to detect, such as a user clicking the button.
  3. Action: Specify an action that occurs as a result, such as playing a video.
  4. Receiver: Choose the element that performs the action, such as the video.
  5. Configuration: For some actions, additional details may be necessary.

Learn how to define an event using the Event dialog.

If the action you want isn't listed in the Event dialog, you can create your own JavaScript functions and use them as custom actions. However, this feature is unavailable for AMPHTML ads.

The Events panel

The Events panel lists the events in your project. (You can toggle panels using the Window menu.)

  • To add an event, click the Add event  button.
  • To edit an event, double-click the listing on the Events panel to open the Event dialog, where you can make changes.
  • To delete an event, select the listing in the panel and click the Delete trash can icon button.
  • To filter the list of events, use the dropdown or the Filter events field.

Previewing events

You can't preview events inside the Google Web Designer interface. To see an event in action, preview your project in your browser and trigger the event.

About SMTP error messages - Google Workspace Admin Help [gg-a-en]

About SMTP error messages

You can find out why an email wasn't transmitted successfully by reviewing the Simple Mail Transport Protocol (SMTP) error messages. SMTP is a protocol for email format and transmission on the Internet, and the error messages generated by email services are helpful tools for diagnosing and troubleshooting email problems.

If your inbound or outbound messages are bouncing back to their senders, inspect the bounced messages for SMTP reply codes generated by the message security service (see below) and apply the troubleshooting principles described below.

Sample SMTP error message

The example below shows an error message from a mail server. The code and status code is meant to be read by machines and the text message is meant for human consumption.

The message tells us why the error occurred and what actions we can take to resolve the error. 

SMTP reply codes

The SMTP reply codes refer to specific to components of the service, and can indicate things like:

  • The intended recipient was not registered with the service

  • The message was identified as spam or virus infected.

  • The sender's domain was identified as a source of spam.

  • The message violated some aspect of your company's email policy, for example, by including credit-card numbers or prohibited language.

Error code structure

Although the error codes are primarily intended to be read by machines, it helps to understand what the codes and status-codes refer to when you are troubleshooting failed email transmissions.

All SMTP error messages follow this basic format with each digit in the error codes and status-codes denoting a different level of detail:

Reply code Status code Reply text
xyz x.y.z text string

Reply code

Email transition error replies are all prefixed by either a 4yz or a 5yz code that denotes the type of error:

  • 4yz = transient negative completion—no action is necessary; the sender will retry

  • 5yz = permanent negative completion—action is required.

The second digit in the code denotes the response category:

  • x0z = syntax errors

  • x1z = replies to information requests

  • x2z = transmission channel errors

  • x3z = unspecified

  • x4z = unspecified

  • x5z = mail system status

The third digit in the code gives a finer gradation of meaning in each category specified by the second digit.

Status code

The status codes provide additional information. Each digit in these codes carry their own precise meaning: the first digit denotes the code class, the second digit indicates the subject, and the third digit provides more detail.

  • x.0.z = unidentified

  • x.1.z = addressing status

  • x.2.x = mailbox status

  • x.3.x = mail system status

  • x.4.x = network and routing status

  • x.5.x = mail delivery protocol status

  • x.6.x = message content or media status

  • x.7.x = security or policy status

Text string

The last field contains a text string that describes the error in human readable text, unlike the codes, which are meant to be used by programs.

Example
421, "4.4.5", Server busy, try again later

Reply code 421 indicates this is a transient error pertaining to the transmission channel that contains an informational request.

Status code 4.4.5 indicates that this is a transient network and routing issue affecting the mail delivery protocol status.

 

To learn more about SMTP reply and status codes, take a look at RFC 5321 and RFC 1893, and review the SMTP error reference.

Recent updates to ad units - Google AdSense Help [gg-adsense-en]

Recent updates to ad units

June 17, 2019

We're committed to continuously investing in the modernization of our advertising products. As a result, there are some important changes we're making to the ad units in your account. Starting April 2019, your Ads page will be updated to reflect these changes.

What's changing

  • Ad sizes

    We're making it easier to create and manage ad units. All new ad units you create will be responsive by default, able to adjust to different screen sizes on mobile and desktop for increased performance and flexibility. If you do need further customization, you'll still be able to create fixed-sized ad units.

  • Ad types

    We're moving towards richer ad formats, phasing out text-only and display-only ad units to further improve user experience, and to fully reflect the pool of ads we have in the market. As a result, the "Text ads only" and "Display ads only" ad units in your account have been renamed to "Display ads" and will be updated to serve all ad types.

    If you want to keep using text-only ad units, you can create a native In-feed ad unit and choose the manual style option and the "Text only" template.

  • Text ad styles

    We're deprecating text ad styles for "Text & display ads" ad units. From now on, you won't be able to create ad styles for your new ad units. Your new ad units will have Google-optimized text ad styling. As this feature is being deprecated, your existing ad styles will also be optimized by Google in the following months. For customization and improved user experience, you can use native ads such as In-article ads or In-feed ads on your site.

  • Simplifying "If no ads available"

    We're continuously working to increase the quality and safety of our ad network and reduce the number of malicious ads that enter the AdSense network. As a result, we're removing the "If no ads available" option and we'll be defaulting to collapsing the ad space or showing a blank space instead. If your current setting is a color or another URL, it will be updated in the near future.

  • Experiments

    As a result of the above changes, we're also removing obsolete ad unit settings experiments. If you have active ad unit experiments, they will stop in the following months.

  • Synchronous code

    The option to change your code type to synchronous in your AdSense account won't be available anymore. If you do need synchronous ad code, you can follow these instructions to manually generate synchronous ad code for your ad units.

  • Custom channels

    We're removing the option to add a custom channel when you create an ad unit. Advertisers no longer buy placement targeted ads, so custom channels are only used for reporting now. You can still create new custom channels and view the "Custom channels" report, but in the future you'll need to add the custom channel ID to your ad unit code to track the performance of ad units in this way. Alternatively, you can see the performance of multiple ad units by running the "Ad units" report and using the filter to limit the data to those ad units.

Share your feedback

To tell us what you think of these changes, visit the Ad units page in your AdSense account and click Feedback in the sidebar. We're looking forward to receiving your feedback.

How to use Water Lock and eject water from your Apple Watch - Apple Support

How to use Water Lock and eject water from your Apple Watch

Turn on Water Lock when you wear your Apple Watch in water. When you're finished, turn the Digital Crown to clear water from your watch's speaker. Here's how.

When Water Lock is on, your Apple Watch Series 2 or later doesn't respond to touch on its display. This prevents accidental input while you're in water. When you turn off Water Lock, your watch ejects any water that remains in its speaker.

How to turn on Water Lock

  1. Touch and hold the bottom of the display when your watch face or an app is visible. Wait for Control Center to show, then swipe up. You can open Control Center from any screen.
  2. Tap the Water Lock button . The Water Lock icon  appears at the top of the watch face.

Water Lock also turns on automatically when you begin a water-based workout, such as swimming or surfing.

How to turn off Water Lock and eject water

Turn the Digital Crown on the side of your Apple Watch until the display says Unlocked. You can rotate the Digital Crown in either direction.

A series of tones plays to clear any water that remains in the speaker, and then you can use your display as usual.

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Target mobile apps with IDFA or AAID - Authorized Buyers Help [gg-authorizedbuyers-en]

Target mobile apps with IDFA or AAID

Learn the basics of using IDFA and AAID

Authorized Buyers supports passing the Identifier for Advertising (IDFA) or the Google Advertising ID (AAID) in mobile application inventory bid requests.

Identifier for Advertising (IDFA) for iOS devices

Every iOS device comes with an identifier that allows developers and marketers to track activity for advertising purposes. It may be used by advertisers to run remarketing campaigns and record purchasing or downloading conversions.

The IDFA has two key features:

  • It can be reset by the user at any time.
  • Users can opt out of all remarketing by enabling a device setting called "Limit Ad Tracking" (LAT), which restricts advertisers from using the IDFA for behavioral advertising.*

Learn more in the iOS Developer Library.

* Authorized Buyers will not pass the IDFA if the LAT preference is enabled on a user's device.

Google Advertising ID (AAID) for Android devices

Inventory bid requests from Android devices pass the AAID, which provides the same type of device-specific, unique, resettable ID for advertising as the IDFA. The ID for tablet devices with multiple users may also be unique per user.

All of the features, encryption and technical details for IDFA also apply to the advertising ID.

Bidder support for mobile identifiers

Authorized Buyers passes the identifier values in the mobile.encrypted_advertising_id field in the bid request. This field will contain either an IDFA or AAID value.

The value of AAID is always clear (unhashed), but IDFA can either be clear or hashed. If the bid request has a clear value, you can use the platform field to determine if it's iOS or Android. Hashed IDFA values use the mobile.encrypted_hashed_idfa field, instead.

For detailed developer documentation, see the Authorized Buyers Real-Time Bidding (RTB) Protocol, the information on User Data Treatments, or learn how to decrypt the Advertising ID.

Publisher opt-out

If a publisher has opted out of all three data controls related to mobile in-app (data collection, remarketing, and interest-based targeting), the bid request will not include an identifier.

Learn more about blocking ads and publisher settings.

The Tap Area component - Google Web Designer Help [gg-webdesigner-en]

The Tap Area component

This component is not supported for AMPHTML adsvideo ads, or image ads.

The Tap Area component is a transparent element you can position over any part of the screen, which lets the user trigger an action with a touch or mouse click.

To add the Tap Area component to your project:

  1. Open the Components panel, then the Interaction folder.
  2. Drag the Tap Area Tap Area component icon component to the stage. The component is transparent to the user, so you may want to position it over a visible element that lets the user know where to click or tap, or resize the component to cover the entire page.
  3. Right-click the component and select Add event... to set up an event that triggers the action you want when a user taps or clicks the Tap Area. In the Event dialog:
    1. For the event, select Tap Area > Touch/Click.
    2. For the action, select the action you want.
    3. For the receiver, select the element that's associated with the action.
    4. Depending on the action, you may need to set additional configuration options.

For mobile device compatibility, use the Tap Area > Touch/Click event instead of Mouse > click.

Using a Tap Area component to create a call to action (CTA)

For dynamic ads: Learn how to add a dynamic call to action.

  1. Be sure your ad has a button or other clear visual call-to-action element for the user to click or touch.
  2. Drag the Tap Area component from the Interaction folder of the Components panel to the stage, and position it over the call to action.
  3. Click the new event button  in the Events panel.
  4. In the event dialog, select the following options:
    Target The Tap Area component (gwd-taparea_1)
    Event Tap Area > Touch/Click
    Action

    Google Ad > Exit ad

    Note: A similar action, Exit ad (overrides URL), doesn't allow you to modify the URL outside of the creative, such as within Studio or Campaign Manager 360, and should only be used for dynamic ads.

    Receiver gwd-ad
    Configuration
    • Metrics ID - A label (e.g., "CTA") to make reports easier to understand.
    • URL - The exit URL.
    • Collapse on exit - For expandable ads, check to collapse the ad when the user closes the ad.
    • Pause media on exit - Check to stop video and audio playback when the user closes the ad.
    • Collapsed page on exit - For expandable ads, the page to show when the user closes the ad.
Google Ads and Google AdMob ads have limitations on modifying clickability.
 

Events and actions

Events sent by the Tap Area component

You can trigger other actions based on the following Tap Area component events:

Event Description
Touch/Click Sent when the user touches (mobile) or clicks (desktop) the component.

To select this event in the Event dialog, set the Tap Area component as the target.

Learn how to configure events.

Preview

This component can't be previewed inside the Google Web Designer interface. To see the component in action, preview your document in your preferred browser by clicking the Preview button in the upper right corner.

Turn notifications on or off - Computer - Google Chrome Help [gg-chrome-en]

Turn notifications on or off

You can set up Chrome to get notifications, like meeting reminders, from websites, apps, and extensions.

If you get pop-ups or ads, learn how to block or allow pop-ups.

How notifications work

By default, Chrome alerts you whenever a website, app, or extension wants to send you notifications. You can change this setting at any time.

When you browse sites with intrusive or misleading notifications, Chrome automatically blocks notifications and recommends you continue to block these notifications.

If you're browsing in Incognito mode, you won't get notifications.

Change your default notifications settings

  1. On your computer, open Chrome Chrome.
  2. At the top right, click More and then Settings.
  3. Under "Privacy and security," click Site settings.
  4. Click Notifications.
  5. Choose the option you want as your default setting.
    • Block a site: 
      1. Next to "Not allowed to send notifications," click Add
      2. Enter the site's web address. 
      3. Click Add.
    • Allow a site: 
      1. Next to "Allowed to send notifications," click Add
      2. Enter the site's web address. 
      3. Click Add.
    • Allow quieter notification prompts (blocks notification prompts from interrupting you): 
      1. Allow sites to ask to send notifications.
      2. Click Use quieter messaging (blocks notification prompts from interrupting you). You won't get notifications after you ignore multiple notifications from a site, or if other users typically don't allow notifications from a site.
Important: If you allowed notifications for a site that Chrome marked as abusive or misleading, Chrome may block those notifications and require the site to request your permission to send a push notification. You can change the setting to allow notifications.
Fix issues with notifications
If you want to receive notifications from a site but aren't getting them:
  1. On your computer, open Chrome.
  2. Go to the site you want to get notifications from.
  3. Select View site information Lock.
  4. Next to Notifications, select Allow from the drop down menu.
Block pop-ups from a site
If you receive notifications from a site but don't want them:
  1. On your computer, open Chrome.
  2. At the top right, click More More.
  3. Click Settings.
  4. Under "Privacy and security," click Site settings.
  5. Click Pop-ups and redirects.
  6. Under "Allow," look for the site.
  7. To the right of the site, click More Moreand then Block.
If the site isn't listed, next to "Block," click Add. Enter the site's web address, and then click Add. To capture all pop-ups across the site, use the pattern [*.]example.com.

The Map component - Google Web Designer Help [gg-webdesigner-en]

The Map component

This component is not supported for Google Ads, Google AdMob, AMPHTML adsvideo ads, or image ads.

The Map component lets you display a customized, interactive map.

As of June 11, 2018, you must enable billing for Google Cloud Platform and use a valid Google Maps Platform API key for all projects using the Map or Street View components. Learn more.

To add the Map component to your project:

  1. Open the Components panel, then the Maps folder.
  2. Drag the Map component to the stage.
  3. In the Map properties section of the Properties panel, enter your Google Maps Platform API key in the Google API Key field.
  4. Enter the Latitude and Longitude properties to set the default center point of the map. (Learn how to find the coordinates of a place on Google Maps.) You can also check the Request user location box to prompt the user for their location and show it on the map.
  5. If you want to display markers on the map for specific places, enter a Search term.

Properties

Property Description
Name The component name.
Google API Key (required) Your Google Maps Platform API key. The Google Cloud Platform project with this API key should have the Maps JavaScript API enabled. Can be bound to dynamic data.
Search term The search term to use. Resulting places will be displayed on the map with markers. Make sure the Places API is enabled for your Google Cloud Platform project. Can be bound to dynamic data.
Latitude The latitude for your default map center location. Can be bound to dynamic data.
Longitude The longitude for your default map center location. Can be bound to dynamic data.
Request user location Check this box to ask the user for their location. Make sure the Geocoding API is enabled for your Google Cloud Platform project to allow users to enter an address. Can be bound to dynamic data.

Advanced properties

Click the expand icon next to Advanced properties in the component properties pane to edit the following advanced properties:

Property Description
Fusion Table ID
(deprecated)
Google Fusion Tables is no longer available as of Dec. 3, 2019.
Maps Premier Client ID (deprecated) The client ID for Google Maps Premier users. Google Maps Premium Plan customers will transition to the new pricing plan when their current contract expires and should use a Google Maps Platform API key instead. Can be bound to dynamic data.
Search radius The radius, in meters, of the area to search, centered on the specified Latitude and Longitude or the user's location. Values can range from 1,000 to 50,000. Can be bound to dynamic data.
Max results The maximum number of search results presented to the user when using Google Fusion Tables. Can be bound to dynamic data.
Default zoom

The default zoom level for the map. The following list shows the approximate level of detail you can expect to see at each zoom level:

  • 1 - World
  • 5 - Landmass/continent
  • 10 - City
  • 15 - Streets
  • 20 - Buildings

Can be bound to dynamic data.

Marker icon The URI for a custom marker icon, if you choose to replace the default marker. The image source for the marker must be a sprite similar to this:

The sprite needs two marker icons in the following order:

  • Default marker - 34x34
  • Active marker (displayed if the user selects the marker) - 34x34 starting at (34,0)

Can be bound to dynamic data.

Location icon The URI for a custom icon for the user's location, if you choose to replace the default icon. Can be bound to dynamic data.
User location prompt text Custom text to ask the user how they wish to have their location determined. By default, the text reads: "How would you like us to get your position?" (The user is then presented with the GPS choice button text and the Search choice button text.) Can be bound to dynamic data.
GPS choice button text Custom text for the button that retrieves the user's location using GPS. By default, the text reads: "Use GPS". Can be bound to dynamic data.
Search choice button text Custom text for the button that brings up a search field for the user's location. By default, the text reads: "Enter address". Can be bound to dynamic data.
Search prompt text Custom text for the prompt to search for a location. By default, the text reads: "Enter your address or zip code". Can be bound to dynamic data.
Search box guide text Custom placeholder text for the search box. By default, the text reads: "Address or zip code". Can be bound to dynamic data.
Location error text Custom text for the message displayed when the location can't be found. By default, the text reads: "Your location could not be determined. Please enter a valid address." Can be bound to dynamic data.
No result text Custom text for the message displayed when no map results where found for the specified location. By default, the text reads: "No results found near you." Can be bound to dynamic data.

Events and actions

Events sent by the Map component

You can trigger other actions based on the following Map component event:

Event Description
Pin click Sent when the user clicks a location marker on the map.

To select this event in the Event dialog, set the Map component as the target.

Actions performed by the Map component

The following Map component action can be triggered in response to other events:

Action Configuration options
Set the center of the map
  • Latitude
  • Longitude
  • Accuracy

When you select this action in the Event dialog, set the Map component as the receiver.

Learn how to configure events.

Preview

This component can't be previewed inside the Google Web Designer interface. To see the component in action, preview your document in your preferred browser by clicking the Preview button in the upper right corner.

Take a screenshot on your iPhone - Apple Support

Take a screenshot on your iPhone

Quickly save what's on your screen.

How to take a screenshot on iPhone models with Face ID

  1. Press the Side Button and the Volume Up button at the same time. 
  2. Quickly release both buttons.
  3. After you take a screenshot, a thumbnail temporarily appears in the lower-left corner of your screen. Tap the thumbnail to open it or swipe left to dismiss it. 

How to take a screenshot on iPhone models with Touch ID and Side button

  1. Press the Side button and the Home button at the same time. 
  2. Quickly release both buttons.
  3. After you take a screenshot, a thumbnail temporarily appears in the lower-left corner of your screen. Tap the thumbnail to open it or swipe left to dismiss it. 

How to take a screenshot on iPhone models with Touch ID and Top button

  1. Press the Top button and the Home button at the same time. 
  2. Quickly release both buttons.
  3. After you take a screenshot, a thumbnail temporarily appears in the lower-left corner of your screen. Tap the thumbnail to open it or swipe left to dismiss it. 

Where to find screenshots

Open Photos, then go to Albums > Screenshots. 

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Assign Vault licenses - Google Vault Help [gg-vault-en]

Assign Vault licenses

To search, hold, export, or retain a user's Google Workspace data with Google Vault, the user must have a Vault license. If your organization has a Google Workspace edition that doesn't include Vault licenses for everyone, you can buy add-on licenses and assign them to users in the Google Admin console. You can assign licenses to all users in a domain (full-domain licensing) or individual users or organizational units (partial-domain licensing). To decide who needs a license, review the business and legal requirements for your organization.

Before you begin

  • In the Admin console, under Billing, make sure you have Vault licenses available. If not, buy Vault licenses for your organization.
  • If you use partial-domain licensing, you have a specific number of licenses available to assign to users or organizational units. That number can't be exceeded, and you can't auto-assign Vault licenses.

Assign Vault licenses

Assign licenses to everyone automatically

You can automatically assign Vault licenses to all users and any users you add later.

  1. Sign in to your Google Admin console.

    Sign in using your administrator account (does not end in @gmail.com).

  2. On the left of the Admin console, go to Billing ""and thenLicense settings.
  3. Click Google Vault.
  4. Click the Down arrow "" and select On.
  5. Click Save.
Use a spreadsheet to assign licenses

If you're assigning licenses to a lot of users, you can create a CSV file with a list of the users.

  1. Sign in to your Google Admin console.

    Sign in using an account with super administrator privileges (does not end in @gmail.com).

  2. On the Admin console Home page, go to Billingand thenManage subscriptions.
  3. Click Google Vault.
  4. Under License settings, confirm that Auto-assign is set to OFF. If not, click Manage licensing settings and set it to OFF. Then, return to the Google Vault subscription page.
  5. Click Assign licenses.
  6. Click Download User Info in CSV file. A CSV file with all your users downloads.
  7. Edit the file to add the Vault license in the license column for each user you want to assign a license. Learn more
  8. Click Attach CSV File and select the CSV file you updated.
  9. Click Upload.
Assign licenses to individual users or organizational units

If you add new users to Google Workspace after you complete these steps, repeat the steps to assign Vault licenses to them. If you use all of your licenses, contact your account manager or reseller to increase your order.

  1. Sign in to your Google Admin console.

    Sign in using an account with super administrator privileges (does not end in @gmail.com).

  2. On the Admin console Home page, go to Billingand thenManage subscriptions.
  3. Click Google Vault.
  4. Under License settings, confirm that Auto-assign is set to OFF. If not, click Manage licensing settings and set it to OFF. Then, return to the Google Vault subscription page.
  5. Click Assign licenses.
  6. To assign Vault to individual users:
    1. From the list or search results, check the box next to each user.
    2. At the top of the list, click Moreand thenAssign licenses.
    3. Select Google Vault.
    4. Click Assign.
  7. To assign Vault to all users in an organizational unit:
    1. At the left, click Users from selected organizational units and click the organizational unit. To select multiple organizational units, click Select multiple.
    2. At the top of the list, click Moreand thenAssign licenses.
    3. Select Google Vault.
    4. Click Assign.

    Note: When you add new users to the organizational unit, they aren't automatically assigned Vault licenses.

Manage Vault licenses

View the users who have Vault licenses assigned to them
  1. Sign in to your Google Admin console.

    Sign in using an account with super administrator privileges (does not end in @gmail.com).

  2. On the Admin console Home page, go to Billingand thenManage subscriptions.
  3. Click Google Vault.
  4. Click Assign licenses.
  5. Click Add a filterand thenAssigned licenseand thenGoogle Vault.
Remove licenses from individual users or organizational units

Before you remove any licenses, make sure that you understand the implications. For details, see Vault license FAQ.

  1. Sign in to your Google Admin console.

    Sign in using an account with super administrator privileges (does not end in @gmail.com).

  2. On the Admin console Home page, go to Billingand thenManage subscriptions.
  3. Click Google Vault.
  4. Click Assign licenses.
  5. To remove Vault licenses from individual users:
    1. From the list or search results, check the box next to each user.
    2. At the top of the list, click More""and thenRemove licenses.
    3. Select Google Vault.
    4. Click Remove.
  6. If you want to remove Vault licenses from all users in an organizational unit:
    1. At the left, click Users from select organizational units and click the organizational unit. To select multiple organizational units, click Select multiple.
    2. At the top of the list, click Moreand thenRemove licenses.
    3. Select Google Vault.
    4. Click Remove.

Customize channel layout - YouTube Help [gg-youtube-en]

Customize channel layout

You can customize the layout of your channel so that viewers will see your channel trailer, featured video, and featured sections when they get to your channel homepage.

Create a channel trailer for new viewers

Your channel trailer offers a preview of your channel so viewers can learn more and subscribe. By default, ads won't show on your channel trailer, unless your video contains third-party claimed content. If the viewer is already subscribed to your channel, they'll see your featured video.
  1. Sign in to YouTube Studio.
  2. From the left menu, select Customization and then Layout.
  3. Under Video spotlight, click ADD and select a video for your channel trailer.
  4. Click Publish.

Featured video for subscribers 

You can highlight your video or any video on YouTube for your subscribers to watch when they go to your channel homepage.
  1. Sign in to YouTube Studio.
  2. From the left menu, select Customization and then Layout.
  3. Under Video spotlight, click ADD and select a video to feature.
  4. Click Publish.

Featured sections

You can customize the layout of your channel homepage with up to 12 sections. Your layout will default to display 4 pre-populated sections: Short videos, Uploads, Created playlists, and Subscriptions you've made public.
Youtube Studio Channel Customization- shelves/layout

Create a section

  1. Sign in to YouTube Studio.
  2. From the left menu, select Customization and then Layout.
  3. At the bottom, click ADD SECTION.
  4. Scroll to select your content.
    1. Videos: Choose to highlight your uploads, popular uploads, short videos, live now, past, and upcoming live streams.
    2. Playlists: Choose to highlight single, created, and multiple playlists.
    3. Channels: Choose to highlight subscriptions and featured channels.
  5. Click Publish.

Edit a section

  1. Sign in to YouTube Studio.
  2. From the left menu, select Customization and then Layout.
  3. At the bottom, Click Options  on the section you want to edit and select Edit section contents .
  4. In the edit screen, change the content of the section.
  5. Click Publish.

Reorder sections on your channel

  1. Sign in to YouTube Studio.
  2. From the left menu, select Customization and then Layout.
  3. At the bottom, click the vertical bar on the section you want to move, then drag-and-drop to reorder.
  4. Click Publish.
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