Google announced a new feature on Wednesday to allow users to add custom columns to their Google Ads ads.
Users will now be able to set a custom column, or “tag,” to appear in their Google ads.
This is useful for advertisers to display an image or video, for example.
The tag can be used in conjunction with a custom search query, and can be updated in real time.
This will be an important feature for users, because they can then use a custom tag to create custom advertisements for specific queries.
Google added that the feature is not yet available in all countries, but that it will be rolled out soon.
“We’re working on a way to get it into our global platform and to add it in more languages and regions,” said Google spokeswoman Katie Sohn in an email.
The feature, called Tag Tag, will work by adding a custom field to an ad.
The advertiser then can specify the name of the tag, as well as a keyword to match with the ad.
A Google ad copy will then display on the page and include a link to the tag.
The Google Ads team is working on ways to make the feature more powerful for advertisers.
A feature in the latest version of AdWords allows advertisers to specify a custom keyword, which will then appear in the search results.
This is a first for Google, which had been looking to add support for custom tags in the past.
It has also added support for the “tags” feature in Google Search.
Google also has a tool to help advertisers identify a tag that matches the keyword.
Users can click on the tag name and the “Tag Tag” tool will pop up, allowing users to specify the tag they would like displayed in the results.
Google is also working on new ways to improve the performance of ads.
The Google Search team is currently working on improvements to Google Adwords’ search engine, which has historically been slower.
Google’s Search performance has improved by about half a percent since Google began testing the feature in January.
But it has not yet reached the level that advertisers can expect from Google’s AdWords.
Google has been working on this feature since the company launched the AdWords platform in 2015, which it said is faster than other advertising platforms.
Advertisers have reported being able to see the results of their ads faster on Google Ads than any other ad platform, especially on mobile devices.
Google was quick to emphasize that the Adwords feature is currently not available in every country, but the company said it will roll it out soon in other countries.