Be the first. Send an interactive email newsletter with first AMP ready email template. Google has added AMP technology to Gmail: email messages will become interactive. Users will be able to fill out a form or reply to comment inside the mail, without opening a new page.
Google has added AMP technology to Gmail: email messages will become interactive. Users will be able to fill out a form or reply to comment inside the mail, without opening a new page.
Google has begun to implement “dynamic” messages in Gmail. With their help, users can perform actions in letters – like on third-party pages, just without leaving the mail, the Google blog says. We make the first AMP Email template! Try it!
AMP for Email lets email senders uses AMP in their email messages to support a whole host of new features. Emails written with AMP can contain interactive elements, like image carousels or accordions, content stays up-to-date in the message, and the ability for recipients to take action like responding to a form all without leaving their inbox.
AMP for Email is compatible with existing emails. AMP4MAIL version of the message is embedded into the email as a new MIME part, in addition to the HTML and plaintext, ensuring compatibility across all mail clients.
Follow this tutorial to build and send your first dynamic email powered by AMP. You can view the finished code here.
AMP ready email template – Email clients Supports
What’s inside AMP Email template newsletter?
amp4mail Bind & amp-state;
aamp4mail p Fit-text;
All fetchable attributes like src and href must be static (i.e. cannot be mutated by amp-bind) so they can be inspected by spam/phishing filters
All network requests must be proxy-able to prevent leaking of users’ IP address, setting cookies, etc.
Documentation – how to test send AMP email Template
Go to Settings in your Gmail client
Enable dynamic email – Display dynamic email content when available.
Opt-in to be able to display dynamic emails during development. It is recommended that this setting is only used on test accounts and in private browsing mode.
This opens a dialog where you can whitelist email addresses that can send you dynamic emails for testing purposes. The AMP version of emails sent from the listed addresses to your account is rendered, even if the account is not registered with Google. This lets you test your dynamic emails on your own accounts before registering to ensure they are working as expected.
The email must contain a fallback HTML version (text/html) or plain text version (text/plain) in addition to the AMP MIME part (text/x-amp-html). This fallback version is displayed in situations where the AMP MIME part cannot be displayed, such as when the mail client is offline or 30+ days after the email was received by Gmail.
The AMP MIME part must contain a valid AMP document.
The URLs used in <amp-list> and <amp-form> must:
Have a protocol of https.
Match the sender domain’s zone. For example, <amp-list src="https://a.b.example.co.uk/stuff">for sender:[email protected].
The email should include the AMP MIME part before the HTML MIME part.