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Was wondering if there is a way to include this comment system with the "AMP for WP" plugin? 

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I have looked around and havent been able to find anything really regarding AMP integration. 

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Anything on this? 

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@ringsidenews,

There should not be any conflicts with the AMP plugin. Everything will work fine with the active wpDiscuz plugin.

However, please note that wpDiscuz doesn't create AMP templates.

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@asti When I enable it. I get a default wordpress template. Does WPDiscuz allow for creation of an AMP template with some of its features or styles? 

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If able to create an "AMP template" for just AMP pages, how would one call it to the AMP page? 

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Any word on this @Asti ? We would really like to be able to have our users on AMP be able to login via social media 

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@ringsidenews,

I'm really sorry, but there is no way to create wpDiscuz AMP templates. 

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@asti is this something you are going to try to have in the future or? Disquz comment system has full support for AMP pages and AMP pages are pretty popular among news publishing sites. 

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@ringsidenews,

I'm really sorry but this not planned for near future releases.

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@asti This may become quite important in the future.
Many mobile pages won't pass Google's new Core Web Vitals requirements, but switching to AMP mode solves the issue. Next year, Google will take the score into account for search rankings. Now I'm using AMP to please Google, but it's quite inconvenient for users since they have to click on "Leave a Comment" to access the comments on the non-amp website.

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