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Google announces new AdSense user interface

Google has announced that it will be rolling out a new user interface for AdSense, its ad management platform for publishers. The tech giant said that the new AdSense User Interface (UI) will incorporate Material Design elements and will feature a completely redesigned homepage and menu. Material Design is a visual design framework developed by Google in 2014.  

“Over the last year, our product team has been hard at work bringing Material Design principles to AdSense. This new UI highlights the information that’s relevant to you on a personalized homepage and streamlines navigation,” the company wrote in a blog post on the official AdSense blog.

The new design is expected to rollout over the next few weeks. The new homepage will see the homepage organized into a stream of interactive cards with users having the ability to pin favourites to the top of the stream and arrange the homepage as per their requirement.

All elements of AdSense have been also been brought to the new left hand menu.

“We’ll continue to improve and refine AdSense over the coming months. While we’re making these improvements, you’ll still be able to find all the content and features that you’re used to–right where you expect them,” the post further read.

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