Today, we’ve added a “Global settings” tab to the Ads page in AdSense. This is the new home for your account-level ad settings. To start, we’ve moved the ad sizes optimization setting here. Look out for more global ad settings coming in the future.
The Optimization tab
Ad size optimization setting
Let Google optimize your ad units on mobile
You can let Google automatically optimize the size of your ad units on mobile. There’s no need to create new ad units or change your ad code. Your existing ad units will change their size based on the context and orientation of the user’s device, and may show larger ads, full-width ads, etc. As a result, more ads will be eligible to fill your ad units, potentially leading to an increase in revenue.
This optimization setting only works on mobile-optimized sites. In addition, we’re unable to optimize in the following scenarios:
Iframed ad units (this includes ad units served through ad servers such as Google Ad Manager)
Ad units within a parent container that has restricted dimensions (e.g., a fixed height, overflow: hidden, etc.).
A user’s first page view, because we use their first page view to get the ad size optimization setting from your account. For the user’s subsequent page views, we apply your setting.
Preview automatically optimized ads on your site
You can preview the behavior of this optimization setting on your site before you turn it on.
On a mobile device
Visit your site, and add #google_responsive_slot_preview to the end of your page’s URL.
Refresh the page.
Toggle the orientation between landscape and portrait to see different ad sizes.
On desktop using the Google Chrome browser
Open your site in a new tab, and add #google_responsive_slot_preview to the end of your page’s URL.
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