At Google’s annual developer conference in San Francisco, the company gave an update on AMP Stories, an open source library that enables publishers to build web-based, Snapchat-like flipbooks with slick graphics, animations, videos, and streaming audio. Google says it will soon introduce a “dedicated placement” in Google Search for AMP Stories in specific categories, like travel, and it’ll launch components that let AMP Story creators embed interactive content.

The dedicated placement — a scrollable carousel of visual covers from Stories a bit beneath the search bar — will appear beneath the  Search bar on mobile for queries like “Things to do in Tokyo” and “The top 10 places to go in Tokyo.” Tapping on any of the covers will launch the corresponding AMP Story, which

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