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Create and apply labels

You can create labels and apply them to your elements in the Yahoo! JAPAN Ads Display Ads management tool (Display Ads management tool).

Create labels
Apply labels

Tips

Create labels

Create a new label before applying to your elements. Up to 1,000 labels per account are available.

Steps
  1. Select an element on the list.

    Tips
    When you select an element, “Label” appears at the upper list.
  2. Click “Label.”
  3. Set the following items in the settings.

    ItemDescriptionRestriction
    (1) Label nameEnter a name, so you can find it later. Up to 80 characters are available.
    • You can’t create duplicated label names in the same account.
    • Label names can’t have commas.
    (2) Label colorSelect a label color. A color palette appears when you click.You can select from 20 colors.
    (3) DescriptionClick "Enter a description" button to describe what this label for, etc. This information is not mandatory,Enter up to 200 characters regardless of full-width or half-width.
    Line breaks cannot be used.
  4. Click “Add.”

Apply labels

Apply labels you created to your elements.

Steps
  1. From the sidebar menu, select a level (campaign, ad group, ad) to apply a label.
  2. Select the element you want to apply a label.

    Tips
    • When you select an element, “Label” appears at the upper list.
    • You can select multiple elements and apply labels in bulk.
  3. Click “Label.”
  4. Select a label to apply to the element selected in step 2.
    Tips
    You can search for labels by the label name.
  5. Click “Apply.”
Tips
  • The label status appears in the “Label” column on the list.
  • If you don’t see the “Label” column, add it.
    To edit the columns, click Columns > Modify columns. Select “Label” from the column list and click “Apply.”
  • You can apply labels to the following elements:
    • campaign
    • ad group
    • ad
  • Up to 50 labels per element are available.
  • Apply a label individually to each element. The labels applied don’t affect elements in other levels.
    Example
    When you apply a label to a campaign, the label doesn’t affect ad groups and ads under the campaign.