Agency Admin, Agency Trafficker, and Site Trafficker are examples of what?

    Agency Admin, Agency Trafficker, and Site Trafficker are examples of what?

    • User profiles
    • User roles
    • Placement strategies
    • Content categories

    Correct answer is

    • User roles

    Explanation:A user role is a set of permissions in Campaign Manager. These permissions determine what kinds of data a user can view or edit. To see your list of user roles, click Admin > User roles. Make sure you know what kinds of access this user role is allowed. If you’re not sure, check the user role first: Find your user role, open it, and check the Permissions tab. When you create a new user role, you have the option to associate it with a particular subaccount. The user role and its permission set will be available for all user profiles you create under that subaccount, but not anywhere else.
    Read more here:https://support.google.com/dcm/answer/6098287

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