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We are going to add a new field to the Google Advanced SERP API that will indicate whether an interactive web story available for a given search result.

The field "is_web_story" will be added to each search result with organic type from December 16.

If the organic result includes various web stories, it will be indicated in the following way:

{
"type": "organic",
"rank_group": 2,
"rank_absolute": 3,
"position": "left",
"xpath": "/html[1]/body[1]/div[3]/div[2]/div[4]/div[1]/div[3]/div[1]/div[3]",
"domain": "www.nationalgeographic.com",
"title": "Discover Europe’s hidden villages - National Geographic",
"url": "https://www.nationalgeographic.com/amp-stories/travel/europe-hidden-villages/",
"cache_url": null,
"breadcrumb": "www.nationalgeographic.com › …",
"is_image": true,
"is_video": false,
"is_featured_snippet": false,
"is_malicious": false,
"is_web_story": true,
"description": "Discover Europe’s hidden villages. These surprising hamlets are steeped in history—and blissfully off the beaten path.",
"pre_snippet": null,
"extended_snippet": null,
"amp_version": true,
"rating": null,
"highlighted": null,
"links": null,
"faq": null,
"timestamp": null,
"rectangle": null
}

As you see from the example above, we will add the new field "is_web_story".
Web stories usually appear for mobile devices in SERP, the examples are below:
web_stories_attachment.jpg

If you want to use this feature to identify Google Web Stories, make sure your code will handle the "is_web_story" field correctly. Otherwise, simply ignore it in your script. The changes will be applied on December 16.

By the link below, you can download the file with a new structure.

📎 google_serp_advanced_response.json