Bannerwise provides two different ways of editing ads: Single view and All view. You can choose these on the top right of the tool bar when you’re in the Ad Editor.
If you select “All view” you will land on a page where all the ad sizes of the ad set you have created are present. The most common use case of using this editor mode is replacing and editing layers that are present in all sizes of your ads: images, logos, text elements, buttons...
Some things to bear in mind while working on All view are:
“All view” editing does not take into account whether slides in your ads are linked or unlinked. Let’s say we have built an adset with 3 slides and the 3 slides contain the same image element. Now, we want to easily update the design and only replace the image of Slide 2 (which is also present in Slides 1 & 3). If we do this action while we are in “All view” the image element will be replaced in all the slides where that specific image layer is present.
Text elements that contain the same copy will always be considered as one element and any changes applied to it will affect every size and slide where that element is present. If you want to have a specific copy on a specific ad (for example, smaller sizes will have a shorter copy due to the limited amount of space) you will need to make these changes in “Single view”.
In short, using “All view” to edit your ads comes in handy when you want to have the exact same layout across all sizes and slides. If the design will vary per ad size, we recommend to make the changes in “Single view”.
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