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Petar Todosic
Written by Petar Todosic

How to change the Account and edit its settings in Hunch

It is a good practice to keep all the accounts you are managing separated.

Click the account name in the top left of the Navigation bar. You will see a drop-down list of all currently created accounts, or just the Default one if you started off right now.

All Accounts are listed here - one for each Brand or a Client you manage.

You have the Create Account option at the bottom which will open up a wizard that will guide you through the process.


To edit any settings on an existing Account, you can navigate over to your User Icon in the top right (user Hunch in this example), click Settings > Accounts and select a desired entity.

  • General will show you the name of the Account in Hunch and the connected Ad Accounts. If you disable any Account here its Campaigns won’t be available in the Manage section any longer and you won't be able to create new ones.
  • Pages gives you the option to select which of the ones you authorized will be available in the Hunch platform when creating new Campaigns.
  • Catalogs shows all catalogs you’ve created in the Library section as well as your previously created ones. Toggling the switch on one of them here will hide them in the Library section itself.
  • Remember to click Save in the upper right after amending!
  • Analytics & Reporting is the section where you can choose your Google Analytics account, and input the UTM parameters for tracking clicks. Reporting channels can be Email, where you enter the address you need your reports delivered to, as well as to your Slack channel. 
  • Campaign Settings is where you can set default values for your campaigns on this account. Apart from setting a default Facebook and Instagram accounts through which the campaign will run, a default Catalog and the Pixel can be selected, as well as the Locations you are usually targeting, and your website URL.

What is really helpful is the Name patterns you can set that will automatically be added upon Campaign, AdSet and Ad creation.

This feature is a huge time-saver and a keeper of your naming convention.

In the example below, a good practice of prefixing your Campaign names with a brand name is used, followed by the campaign objective and creation month. 

  • Brand Kit represents the brand of this Account, and in this section you can set the default Colors, Logos and Fonts to keep handy while creating your Ad Templates in the Studio.

With the above all set up you are ready to start launching Hunch campaigns!