From the start, our goal with the Google Assistant has always been to help users find the information they want, including content from publishers across many of Google’s platforms, e.g., Search, News, Maps and more. Now we're making it even easier for users to find content with the Google Assistant’s browsable Actions directory.
Specifically, for U.S. English podcast, recipe, and news publishers who have invested in structured data markups and Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP), we have presented the ability to find content from such providers as "Actions" (things people can ask the Google Assistant to do), each with its own auto-generated directory page in the Google Assistant's Actions directory.
If you like, you can follow the instructions on this page to claim and edit (or withdraw) the auto-generated directory page associated with finding content from your site -- including the name, description, logo, and more. Just follow the instructions below:
Thank you for your interest in claiming the directory page associated with finding content from your site, . Please complete the following instructions, but only if you are an authorized representative of . Before approving your request to claim this page, we will look up the different properties (e.g., sites and apps) with which your email is affiliated, to verify your association with .
1. Create an Actions on Google project
First, navigate to the Actions Console and create a new project. Although the directory page for your action is live already, you will still need to create a new project to claim it.
Click on Add/import project, enter a project name (e.g. abc-podcast), and click Create project. Note that the project name doesn't need to be the name of your action that consumers will see. Instead, use a name that you can reference and remember for later use.
2. Submit the claim request form
In order to claim ownership of , fill and submit the claim request form below.
To find your Actions on Google Project ID in the Actions Console, click on the gear icon then Project settings. You will see your Project ID listed under Your project. Copy and paste this ID into the claim request form below.
Once your form submission has been reviewed, we will send you an email saying that we have transferred ownership of the directory page to your Actions on Google project. This will allow you to edit or customize your directory page via the actions console.
3. Make changes to your directory page
Once your claim is approved, you will be able to edit your directory page to accurately reflect your brand and content. On the Deploy > Directory information page, you can change your short description, full description, banner image, small logo, developer name, email, and category. Click here to learn more about modifying your page in the directory.
If your modifications are approved, your updated page will go live to users shortly thereafter.
If you would like assistance with your request, please feel free to contact support.
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