Yesterday, Google’s John Mueller sent out an email to a number of Search Console beta testers asking if they are interested in trying out some new AMP user interface features in the Google Search Console. The email was titled “new beta opportunity for AMP-site-masters” and requires those interested to fill out a Google Doc (a legit one) to see if they qualify fore the beta test.
The form description explains that this is a beta for Google Search Console users who have implemented AMP on their site. Adding that this is specific around “UI features around AMP & more,” within the Google Search Console. There is very little information given here outside of Google is experimenting with AMP and Google Search Console and wants webmaster feedback.
The email said “We’re working on a new feature around AMP & Search Console. If that sounds interesting, if you have a site that’s using AMP (this beta will be tied to your site), and if you’re curious about setting that up, or if you’ve already worked to set that up, here’s the form.”
John Mueller confirmed sending out this email on Twitter this morning:
@Jonny_J_ Always open to suggestions
— John ☆.o(≧▽≦)o.☆ (@JohnMu) May 4, 2017
I guess if you want in this beta, try to hit John up on Twitter.
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