We've all had access to the new UI - with its sleek Raster to Vector Conversion transitions and moderately useful visualizations - for some time now, although its use was by no means mandatory. Instead, there was a nice little CTA stuck Raster to Vector Conversion in the corner of the old Google Ads (formerly known as Google AdWords) that suggested grabbing a super-fast new tool for a spin on behalf of the improved productivity. cta old adwords ui In a few weeks, doing more will no longer be an option.
Weep, Luddites. If you've been familiar with the Raster to Vector Conversion new Google Ads UI for months, its nested layout and many new features (many of which never made it into the old UI) will be obsolete in early July. For those old dogs Raster to Vector Conversion who don't want to learn new tricks, I've put together a list of everything you need to do before old devotees go off into the sun. 1: Take the Guided Tour Things I like: museums, historic houses, breweries. What I don't: Go through them at someone else's pre-programmed pace
. Following and listening to tour guides isn't for me, and I'll bet a lot of you don't either. For something as complex – and, you know, tied to my credit card – as Google Raster to Vector Conversion Ads Experience™, however, I'm willing to make an exception. start old AdWords UI (Mainly due to the fact that it only lasts five stages.) The Raster to Vector Conversion tour gives you an idea of where important elements are located in the new user interface.