We have renamed the Campaign Manager connector to Google Campaign Manager 360 to reflect Google’s re-branding of Campaign Manager.
Google introduced a breaking change in their API, which changed the names of multiple dimensions and metrics. As a result, we have been unable to sync new data to the affected custom columns since May 23, 2021. We added a new column for each dimension and metric whose name was changed and synced the updates into it. You can find a complete list of affected dimensions and metrics in Google’s Reporting updates announcement.
Check if any of your connectors use these dimensions and metrics. Contact our support team if you face any problems with your connectors.
Now you can select Custom Floodlight variables in the
We now ignore the following verification metrics in reporting data during the sync for dates prior to six months before the current date:
- Blocked Impressions
- Classified Impressions
- Publisher Problems
- Reporting Problems
- Serving Problems
- Verifiable Impressions
We have upgraded our Campaign Manager connector from version 3.3 to 3.4 of the Campaign Manager API.
Read Google’s documentation to learn about recent Campaign Manager API changes.
We now select the mandatory dimensions just after connector creation. Previously, setup tests sometimes failed because mandatory dimensions weren’t selected. Now, we handle the selection automatically. The only exception is the
advertiser dimension for the
REACH report type - you need to select it manually.
You can now enable or disable all
REACH dimension combinations in the report.
You can now configure your Campaign Manager connector using the Fivetran REST API. This feature is in BETA and available only for Standard and Enterprise accounts.
You can now select how many months of reporting data you’d like to include in your initial sync. Choose from the following options:
- 3 months
- 6 months
- 12 months (default)
- 24 months
- All time
We have upgraded our Campaign Manager connector from version 3.2 to 3.3 of the Campaign Manager API.
Read Google’s documentation to learn about recent API changes.
Since acquiring DoubleClick, Google has re-branded all DoubleClick sources. We have renamed the DoubleClick connectors as follows:
- DoubleClick Campaign Manager is now named Campaign Manager.
- DoubleClick for Publishers is now named Google Ad Manager.
- Adwords is now named Google Ads.
Google has changed their retention period for Floodlight reports from 540 days to 62 days, so we will now fetch data starting from 62 days back.
In the setup form, you can now select only one Floodlight Configuration ID per account.