The following features are new or recently changed.
|Date||Feature||Description||For More Information|
|6 December 2023||Planner||(Beta feature) The new planner tool helps to forecast the household-level unique reach of connected TV (CTV) placements according to specified budget and targeting criteria. After you evaluate multiple plans, you can implement packages and placements that best align with the desired outcomes.||See “About the DSP Planner Tool.”|
|23 August 2023||Placements||The new placement forecast tool shows the forecasted number of impressions, spend, and optimum maximum bid for a particular targeting strategy. Forecasting is calculated based on the overall inventory that is available with the placement and the unique users that are available.||See “View the Placement Forecast Report.”|
|You can now quickly associate multiple ads with placements by downloading an spreadsheet file for a campaign or for one or more placements, editing the file to include values in the new “Attached Ad ID” column, and then uploading the edited file. Use the column to add ads to the placement but not remove them.
To download a list of ad names and associated Ad IDs, go to the Ads view, create a custom view that includes the ID metric, and then export the data.
|See “Download Placement Settings in a Spreadsheet,” “Placement Setting Columns in Downloaded/Uploaded Spreadsheets,” and “Upload Placement Settings in a Spreadsheet.”
See also “Export Data from a Campaign Management View.”
|Custom Reports||Custom reports now have an End Date, which can be up to four months away. For existing reports, the expiration date is 24 September 2023.
Before a report expires, all specified email recipients receive an email alert seven days and one day before the expiration date. To keep the report longer, change the expiration date in the report settings.
|See “Edit a Custom Report” and “Custom Report Settings.”|
|19 July 2023||Inventory||You can now run publisher-managed ads for programmatic guaranteed deals with Google Authorized Buyers SSP. By hosting your ads directly with the publisher, instead of in DSP, you can take advantage of custom rich media ad formats. Custom ad formats are typically run via direct reservations, so the ability to select publisher-managed ads in DSP also allows you to shift your direct reservation budgets to the programmatic ecosystem.||See “About Programmatic Guaranteed Deals” and “Set up a Programmatic Guaranteed Deal.”|
|19 July 2023||Reporting||The new Household Conversions Report shows view-through conversions at the household level based on IP address, rather than at a device/cookie level.||See “About Reports” and “FAQs About Household Reports.”|
|29 May 2023||Campaigns||You can now pause or activate campaigns, packages, and ads. You could already pause and activate placements.||See “Pause or Activate a Campaign,” “Pause or Activate a Package,” and “Pause or Activate an Ad.”|
|24 May 2023||Campaigns||Universal video placements and ads are now generally available.||See “FAQs about Universal Video,” “Universal Video Ad Settings,” and “Create an Ad.”|
|March 2023||Reports||A new Household Report shows impressions, reach, and frequency across various dimensions at a household level based on IP address, rather than at a device/cookie level. The report includes nine dimensions: Campaign, Package, Placement, Site/Apps, Media Type, Device, Audience, Creative Length, and user-created Tags.||See “About Reports,” “Report Settings,” and “FAQs About Household Reports.”|
|20 March 2023||Campaigns||Read more about universal video placements and ads, which are an open beta feature.||See “FAQs about Universal Video.”|
|15 February 2023||Campaigns||Options to view change logs in chart form and add notes to any entry are out of beta.||See “View the Change Log for a Campaign,” See “View the Change Log for a Package,” and See “View the Change Log for a Placement.”|
|3 February 2023||Campaigns||(Beta features) You can now view change logs in chart form, and you can add notes to any entry.||See “View the Change Log for a Campaign,” See “View the Change Log for a Package,” and See “View the Change Log for a Placement.”|
|25 January 2023||Deals||A new “PG Impression Pacing” spend column in the Inventory > Deals view reports pacing for guaranteed deals.||See “Edit a Custom Column View.”|
|4 January 2023||Campaigns||A change log, which shows changes made during the selected date range, is now available for each campaign. Change logs were already available for packages and placements.||See “View the Change Log for a Campaign”."|
|14 December 2022||Placements, Ads||(Open beta feature) New “Universal Video” placements and ads allow you to target multiple device environments for VPAID and VAST inventory using a single video placement.
Universal video placements include a “Device Environment” setting to specify device type targets (Desktop, Mobile, and Connected TV). Universal video ads can be linked only to universal video placements.
Custom reports include the new placement-level dimension “Device Environment.”
|See “Placement Settings” and “Available Report Columns.”
See also “Universal Video Ad Settings” and “Create an Ad.”
|23 November 2022||Deals||The Inventory > Deals view now includes a “Deal Health” column, which indicates each private deal’s health status: “Success,” “Warning,” “Critical,” or “Unavailable.” You can click the status to see more details, including why a deal isn’t performing or spending as expected and the steps to troubleshoot potential issues.||—|
|27 October 2022||Campaigns||A change log, which shows changes made during the selected date range, is now available for each package and placement.||See “View the Change Log for a Package” and “View the Change Log for a Placement.”|
|You can now change the Intraday Pacing setting for multiple placements at the same time.||See “Edit a Placement” and “Placement Settings.”|
|An “Intraday Pacing” column is available in Excel QA spreadsheets.||See “Columns in Downloaded/Uploaded Spreadsheets.”|
|An “Intraday Pacing” column is available in the Campaigns views.||See “Create a Custom Column View” and “Edit a Custom Column View.”|
|You can filter the Packages and Placements views by the Intraday Pacing setting.||See “Filter Campaign Data.”|
|6 October 2022||Campaigns||New pacing-related metric columns are available for the Campaigns views: “Yesterday’s OTS” (on target spend), “Yesterday’s delivery,” “Yesterday’s goal,” “Today’s OTS” (on target spend), “Today’s delivery,” and “Today’s Goal.”||See “Create a Custom Column View” and “Edit a Custom Column View.”|
|12 September 2022||Package and Placement Pacing||Separate pacing controls are now available for flight pacing and intraday pacing. Previously, a single strategy controlled both. Settings for your existing packages and placements were mapped as follows:
||See “Package Settings” and “Placement Settings.”|
|27 July 2022||Inventory||Auction Insights is a new troubleshooting tool that allows you to analyze the deal composition of both guaranteed and non-guaranteed private deals. Using data visualizations, this tool shows the trend and relative proportions of values received for key auction attributes within a specific time period.
With transparency into bid request data from publishers, you can avoid time-consuming troubleshooting steps.
|See “View Auction Insights for a Private Deal.”|
|29 June 2022||Inventory||The new Inventory > Deals view includes the same data customization capabilities as the Campaigns views, including additional filters, column customization and the option to save custom views, column sorting, and a data visualization (chart) view. You can open a command menu in each row by clicking … after the deal name.||See “Overview of Inventory Features.”|
|Inventory Inspector||The Inventory tab of the placement Inspector now includes customizable data visualization charts and expanded performance metrics, such as Viewability Rate, Clicks, and Yesterday’s CPM.||See “View the Sites, Ads, Frequency, and Inventory Details for a Placement.”|
|31 May 2022||Audience Sources||(Beta feature) Advertising DSP can now ingest first-party segments comprised of authenticated signals built within a customer data platform (CDP).||See “About Activating Authenticated Segments from Audience Sources.”|
|25 May 2022||Optimization Goals||Video and native placements can now be included in packages with the custom goals Highest ROAS and Lowest CPA.||See “Optimization Goals and How to Use Them.”|
|12 April 2022||Campaign Management||Ad specifications were updated to reflect current support.||See “Specifications for Supported Ad Types.”|
|17 February 2022||Video tutorials||A new video on “How to Create a Standard Display Placement” is available.||See Adobe Advertising Tutorials.|
|31 January 2022||Help||Additional information about Deal IDs and Simple Ad Serving is now available.||See the subchapter on Inventory > Private Inventory.|
|10 December 2021||Video tutorials||New video tutorials are available: “Introduction to Advertising DSP,” “Account Structure and User Interface,” “How to Create a Package,” “How to Bulk Upload Third-Party Ad Tags,” and “How to Edit Placements Using Bulk Edit Tools.”||See “Adobe Advertising Tutorials.”|
|12 November 2021||Deal IDs||In the Deal ID settings, “Rubicon” was changed to “Magnite DV+,” where DV+ stands for display, video, and other formats such as audio. This naming reflects the new branding for Magnite SSP. Note: Magnite DV+ is still listed as “Rubicon” in the Deal ID Inbox.||See “SSP Partners.”|
|27 October 2021||Custom Reports||You can now create and manage Amazon S3 and different types of FTP delivery locations, called report destinations, for your custom reports. Once you configure report destinations, you can set up each of your new custom reports to be delivered to one or more locations of a single destination type, or to email recipients. Updates to your Amazon S3 and FTP credentials don’t interrupt report delivery.
Your existing reports are still sent to the specified email recipients. To configure delivery to a different report destination, create a report with the new destination.
|See “About Report Destinations,” “Create a Report Destination,” “Report Destination Settings,” and “Custom Report Settings.”|
|Packages, Placements, and Ads views||When you view data for a single day, the trend charts now include hourly data. Hold the cursor over any point to see the data for that hour.||See “Single Campaign Reporting.”|
|Placements||The placement Inspector now includes an Inventory tab, which shows all deals and their associated metrics for the placement. Use the information to make quick adjustments or troubleshoot issues without generating a custom report.||See “Placement Inspector.”|
|Ads||(Users with permission to include Clearcast clock numbers in their ads) DSP no longer shows an error if you use a clock number that’s attached to another ad. Note: The best practice is to use a unique clock number for each video ad. Otherwise, the publisher won’t approve all of the ads.||—|
|Deal IDs||The Deal ID settings and other places in the user interface reflect new branding for Magnite SSP:
||See “SSP Partners.”|
|Freewheel programmatic guaranteed deals||You can now submit ads and check the status of ads for Freewheel programmatic guaranteed deals from the Ads view. Previously, you could do both only from the Deals view.||See “Submit an Ad for a Programmatic Guaranteed Deal to Freewheel” and “Check the Status of Ads for Freewheel Programmatic Guaranteed Deals.”|
|7 October 2021||Help||All DSP and other Adobe Advertising documentation on Experience League is now machine translated into all available languages. To change the displayed language, use the “Change Language” menu at the bottom left of any page.