We have updated the design for our post ID in Bulk Creation where you can choose existing posts for a new ad campaign. Now you can add not only Facebook existing posts but Instagram published posts and stories as well!
Click on “Select post” button under "Existing post" option and choose the ad posts from the list. The list contains: an ad preview, engagement metrics for each published post and post filtering (all available/ad post/scheduled/published)
We’ve added one really cool feature - you can put both image and video together in one creative set!
Meet the media library in an updated design! Here we can drag’n’drop media right in the library window which makes the creation process much faster
You might have noticed Rule Templates — a set of pre-built tasks for some of the most common scenarios you may encounter. We’ve added 20+ essential templates to help you simplify the setup process, so you can use them for building new Rules or just add additional Tasks to the existing ones with a single click.
Whether you’re an experienced user or new to Revealbot — start playing around with new solutions to extend your automation abilities and achieve better results.
With our latest update you can include Dynamic and Automated App Ads creatives in creatives performance reports.
In order to do this, you’ll have to keep the Breakdown by platform and device checkbox unchecked. Keep in mind that breakdowns will not be available in case you include DCO/AAA in the report.
If you have questions or any feedback about the update, just let us know in the in-app chat!
We have an update related to Apple's iOS 14 release and the changes that have resulted. Facebook will no longer be able to show breakdowns for pixel based events (such as Website Purchases, Website purchase ROAS, etc.) due to iOS 14 update.
Here is the list of our reporting features where delivery and action breakdowns are no longer available for off-Facebook action metrics:
Heads up everyone! 🙂 We have updated Attribution settings for Facebook Rules and Reports. You might have noticed a new toggle 'Use ad set attribution window' and wondered, how does this work?
Here’s how this impacts Campaign level rules:
When this toggle is on, you use Attribution settings from the Ads manager. All metrics will be summed up correctly at the Campaign level if you have the same Attribution settings for all Ad sets in a single Campaign. Otherwise Facebook can’t count metrics coming from Pixel (like Website purchases), they will be returned as 0.
Check out our Help Center article to find more info about Attribution settings in rules.