We use a mixture of different platforms to provide support to developers, so review the options below to determine the best way to get help.
Help with AMP and AMP for Email
If you have questions or need support with AMP itself, please refer to the AMP support page which presents a number of places where you can find help.
When asking questions about AMP for Email on StackOverflow, use the amp-email tag.
AMP for Email Working Group
An AMP Working Group is a segment of the community with knowledge and interest in specific areas of AMP recognized by the AMP Technical Steering Committee (TSC).
The Working Group responsible for the AMP for Email specification is wg-amp4email. You can reach out to the Working Group via the following channels:
Reach out to the Working Group if you have questions, issues, or feature requests related to the AMP for Email specification. This includes requests to support new AMP components.
Issues with AMP specific to Gmail
Contact Google Workspace support
If you have a Google Workspace or Cloud Identity account, you can email a Google Workspace developer support specialist.
Make sure you include the following information when you contact us:
- A description of the problem, and the behavior you expected instead.
- A list of steps and a small snippet of sample code that can be used to reproduce the problem.
- A description of the output you expect and what actually occurred. Include any error messages you receive.
- Information about your development environment, including programming language, library versions, etc.
Developer product feedback
If you need a new feature or have feedback about using AMP for Email, first submit a request to the AMP for Email Working Group. This ensures other users and providers of AMP for Email can review and comment on it.
If you have a request for a new feature that is specific to using AMP for Email in the Gmail context, search our Issue Tracker to see if others have already submitted the same feedback. If you find an existing feedback report, click the star next to the issue number to express your agreement and help us prioritize the most important reports. If you have additional context or information to contribute, you can add a comment.
If no one else has submitted similar feedback, you can submit a new feedback report. Please describe your feedback as specifically as possible, including why you think it's important.