Google AMP

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  • Ramin Shokrizadeh

    Hi there Bruno,

    Unfortunately, AMP pages do not support custom JS code and would not allow the websocket connection required to establish the widget.

    I would recommend linking out to a page outside the AMP post if the visitor wants to start a chat conversation. 

    Thanks,

    Ramin

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  • Bruno Elisei

    Hello, it's what I already do. The problem is that every new click opens a session.

    Access via mobile:

    https://cdn.ampproject.org/c/s/www.cristaisaquarius.com.br/

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  • Ramin Shokrizadeh

    Yes, our tests shown the same results and we dont think we can get around it within the constraints of AMP pages. We will see if we can come up with something but right now it isn't possible.

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  • Bruno Elisei

    Okay, I'll follow up!

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  • Maria Centeno

    Hi! Do you have any solution for AMP pages?

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  • Kevin

    I'd really like a solution as well. If you need help please let us know. We can sponsor development. 

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  • Jessie Schutz

    Hey there! There's an answer to the AMP question over here

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  • Dylan Tighe

    Any updates on this? Jessie's link doesn't appear to go to a new thread.

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  • Ramin Shokrizadeh

    Hi Dylan,

    The link got archived when we consolidated the help centers for different products together, sorry about that.

    With the current behaviour of the Chat widget, it relies on a persistent websocket connection and that does not work well in AMP pages. Until Chat moves away from the session based messaging model, it would be very difficult to provide a good experience in AMP.

    Currently, we have no plans to support the widget in AMP for 2019.

    -Ramin

     

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