The Google Advertiser Community has moved to a new platform

by | May 27, 2019 | blog | 0 comments

Did you hear the big news?

Google Advertiser community meaning Google Ads, Google My business and Google Analytics are completely moving into a new platform from July 2019. Though the community moved to its own platform in April 2019, it’s going to deprecate by July completely!

Being a digital marketer and getting used to different tools and platforms can be little hectic in the last moment. This takes a lot of shifting and planning but most importantly, getting used to the new platform may be quite effortful. Isn’t it?

We are here to help you with what’s happening and what needs to be done. Let’s begin!

Where is the Google Advertiser community moving to?

The current Google’s advertising platform is known as Lithium and it is going to be deprecated completely by July 2019.

The advertiser community is moving to its own help center. For example
That’s the Google Ads forum for the Turkish language that’s already live.

The help center includes a community tab which will conduct the new community forum. Google Partners who are a part of Google Ads forums for English, Turkish, Portuguese (pt-BR) and Japanese are an exception.
The new forums are visible in the community tab of the product’s help center. You can also visit the community tabs here


After the migration occurs, the content in the current community forum will remain visible but users will not be able to create new posts and replies.

Any further conversations will take place in the new community. Not to worry as Google is migrating as much content as possible to the new platform and that will be available from day 1.


What needs to be done from our side?

Download your personal information or content before closing your account in Lithium. If you are interested in export from Lithium, you need to hurry as the procedure will be available till July before the Lithium ends.

How do we export our content from Lithium to a new platform?

1) Click on your email address in the left navigation bar and then select “My settings” from the drop-down list.

2) Inside the Personal tab, select “Personal Information.”

3) Scroll down to the bottom and you will see the links to download your personal data and community content.

You can also close your Lithium account, however, this process can’t be reversed once it is submitted and this will delete only your Lithium activity. How’s that?

1) Click on your email address in the left navigation bar and then select “My settings” from the drop-down list.
2) Within the Personal tab, select “Close Account.”
3) Click the “Close Account.”

Google always has come up with constant changes and every change made us grow! They are in for everything and always strive to upgrade every corner of their products. Let us hope for a better change and also let us know how excited are you to use the new platform!

Written by Lakshmi


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