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you can still export via CSV?
Yes you can. Actually now that seems to be the only way you can see all the channels in one go because they have set the defaults to 50 rows per page. More channels means more clicking next/previous pages. Annoying (feelings conveyed to AdSense).
On the other hand, you can search and display specific channels now (like in Analytics.) Though this search box doesn't support regex.
I keep going back and forth between new and old interface to do different chores, e.g. to see my saved custom reports which have not yet been transferred to new interface (you can create new custom reports, though.)
Tribalfusion and some others always have had these graphical interactive type of report pages. I have always found them more painful to use. Don't know what the majority feels, though.
What I would like, really, is a merging of the two interfaces. Keep it simple as we have it now with the day's total, channelwise revenue etc as it currently is. And then on clicking a large button (!), expose the new interface for those who want trends, graphs, for those who think visually.
If you want to cut down on clicks do not split the page between https and http. Doing so (as you have) will guarantee an extra click on the alert box. Of course now I see why my question as to if this was fixed or not was ignored.
More clicks were wasted when I tried to find something...anything, that could assist me in learning how to maximize my adsense potential
From the first post -
Provide insights to help you make more informed decisions about your sites.
Offer you more control over the ads that appear on your sites.
Help you manage your account more efficiently
Nope, none of that. Lipstick on a pig is one thing, flesh colored lipstick is pointless.
just my opinion, no offense meant