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3/29/16
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Ludvig Hansson

AMP Search Carousel example

Hello,

I have not yet been able to see an example of the google search page displaying AMP-content in the Search Carousel. Is this function launched regionally? If so, is there a way to trigger that search result display?

Regards
Ludvig


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barryhunter
3/29/16
barryhunter
You may need to use the specific link  g.co/ampdemo to enable the demo. ONly works on a mobile device. 
3/29/16
Original Poster
Ludvig Hansson
Hello Barry,
Thanks for a quick reply. I follow the link you provided in my iphone6 and search for "Obama". No Search Carousel showing up. Please see video screencast here:

http://screencast.com/t/mOSIfwExwP9
 
Is there something I do wrong here? Is there an other way to trigger the Search Carousel?

Regards
Ludvig
barryhunter
3/29/16
barryhunter
Hmm dont know. Just tried in the iPhone simulator built into Chrome (dont have a real one!) ... and it works here. Get the AMP Carousel 

Wonder if it only works in English results? Although I do note the blue banner at the is translated, so appears have some support for languages. 


Also note you are directed to google.se, where I am remaining on google.com. PErhaps try visiting google.com/ncr to disable to country direct (I've done that before to no redirected to google.co.uk)

Elena L.
3/29/16
Elena L.
Hi Ludvig, the search carousel functionality has been launched in Brazil, Germany, Spain, France, the UK, India, Indonesia, Italy, Mexico, Japan, Russia and the US.
Durzyński Adam
4/14/16
Durzyński Adam
Hi, when it will start working in Poland?
4/18/16
Original Poster
Ludvig Hansson
Hi Elena, thank you for your answer. Is there no way to trigger the carousel functionality if you are not in any of those countries? I need to demo this to some skeptics!!
Br Ludvig
 
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