verb (used without object), trou·ble·shoot·ed or trou·ble·shot, trou·ble·shoot·ing.
verb (used with object), trou·ble·shoot·ed or trou·ble·shot, trou·ble·shoot·ing.
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Last month, Google also announced instant match rates for Customer Match lists, which can help businesses frame their performance expectations and identify when they might need to troubleshoot their lists.
Having it available instantaneously can help to contextualize performance expectations and enable them to troubleshoot their lists much earlier if the match rate seems inaccurate.Instant match rates are now available for Customer Match lists in Google Ads|George Nguyen|April 29, 2021|Search Engine Land
Having the ability to monitor and troubleshoot specific deal opportunities is also a huge selling point for us.Q&A: Why self-service tools are becoming central to buyer-seller relationships|Unruly|April 21, 2021|Digiday
They held private lunches every Monday where they could troubleshoot and speak freely, and Mondale even received the same daily intelligence as Carter and regularly met with senior staff.Walter Mondale, Former Vice President and History-Making Presidential Candidate, Dies at 93|Madeleine Carlisle|April 20, 2021|Time
If something is wrong with your inputs or outputs, Meet will try to help you troubleshoot the problem before you join.Google’s new Green Room feature gets you camera-ready before video meetings|Stan Horaczek|February 8, 2021|Popular Science