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How to set up a dynamic feed schedule in Google Ads?
How to set up a dynamic feed schedule in Google Ads?

Learn how to set up a feed schedule and get the content always up to date.

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After adding your feed to Google Ads it’s time to set up a schedule. The schedule will allow Google Ads to synchronize the source feed with Google Ads. Meaning that, if a line item changes in your source feed, it will also automatically update in Google Ads, keeping all your data up to date. 

You can create a schedule by following the steps below:

  • In your Google Ads account, click on "Tools & Settings".

  • Click on "Business data" under Setup.

  • You can now see the list of feeds. Click on the feed you’ve just added.

  • In the sidebar on the left click on “Schedules”.

  • Click on "New Schedule".

  • Select a "source type" and select a "frequency".

  • Link the schedule to a Google Sheet. This should be the spreadsheet you used as source feed.

  • Click on "Save" when you are done.

In order to set up a schedule, it is required that your feed is hosted on a server. It’s also possible to use a Google Spreadsheet. If you don’t know how to create a Google Spreadsheet from your CSV file follow the steps in this article.

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