Google has begun to indicate data in Search Console identified with another image search highlight presented a month ago.
Data will be followed for images that show up on AMP pages and associated with using Google’s new ‘swipe to visit’ highlight, which is selective to AMP.
The as of late presented highlight furnishes searchers with simple access to the page in which an image shows upon. When clicking on an image in mobile search results, a pop-over browser window shows up with the AMP variant of the page loaded before.
Searchers would then be able to swipe up on the browser window to see the page in full. Thus the name “swipe to visit.” You can see it in practice in the example underneath:
Information will show up in Search Console under “AMP on Image Results.” This data can be gotten to by exploring the Search Appearance area of the search outcomes execution report. From that point, filter the data by images, and this is the thing that you will see:
In case you’re as of now utilizing AMP on your site and have a checked Search Console property, there is nothing further you have to do. Data will be followed naturally.