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Who wants dynamic dancing animations and code in their emails? Everyone! says Google

JohnFen Silver badge


Good lord, AMP is such a blight.

""I have plenty of concerns about AMP, both technical and ethical," he wrote in a post on news aggregator "But when we joined the AMP trial, we immediately saw higher user engagement on our AMP pages."

In other words, he's making an "ends justify the means" argument. "Sure, AMP is fraught with technical and ethical problems, but it gets us more revenue, so everything's good!"

AMP in email? Whatever. Those emails will remain invisible to me -- I don't allow HTML rendering or any automatic accessing of any outside data (even from the same place as the email was sent from).

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