Closed Bug 1480509 Opened 2 years ago Closed 2 years ago
Populating Default Profiles with @google and @amazon Top Site Search Shortcut tiles
For brand new Profiles, the @google and @amazon Search Shortcuts should show up in the user's default Top Sites under the following conditions: - @google will be added as #1 Top Site for all countries where Google is the default search provider - @amazon will be added as the #2 Top Site for all countries that have Amazon as a default Top Site. In the case where Amazon is the only Shortcut added, it will, of course, be the #1 Top Site
Assignee: nobody → ahillier
Status: NEW → ASSIGNED
Priority: P2 → P1
This will be fixed by bug 1480504 so just marking dupe
Status: ASSIGNED → RESOLVED
Closed: 2 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Duplicate of bug: 1480504
Summary: Populating Default Profiles with @google and @amazon Top Site Search Shortcuts → Populating Default Profiles with @google and @amazon Top Site Search Shortcut tiles
Oh, this is the new profile version of bug 1480508. Not new profile version of bug 1480504.
Status: RESOLVED → REOPENED
Resolution: DUPLICATE → ---
From Slack conversation with Maria: We will pin the @google shortcut for new profiles only if Google is _not_ the user's default search engine. This means it won't appear pinned for new profiles in most of Europe/North America.
Another update based on feedback from execs: We will pin the @google shortcut for ALL users.
Update 8/6/18: Google/Amazon should be pinned in that order to the first open position in everyone's Top Sites (regardless of frecency). Example: New and existing users who don't have any top sites pinned will see Google in first Top Site position and Amazon in second Top Site position (regardless whether they have visited these sites). Existing users who have pinned Top Sites will see Google in the first available unpinned position and Amazon in the second available unpinned position. If there is only one unpinned position available, Google will take it. Whenever a second position gets unpinned, Amazon will take the spot.
The rules for pinning/unpinning are not changing. Users will be able to unpin the newly added Google and Amazon if they wish so (like any other pinned site).
Fixed, along with Bug 1480508, in commit https://github.com/mozilla/activity-stream/commit/725532f6f8e922944ab28c484f38a1c933770ab7
Status: REOPENED → RESOLVED
Closed: 2 years ago → 2 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
I have verified this on Windows 10 x64, Arch Linux and Mac 10.13.3 with the latest version of "Firefox Nightly" (63.0a1 - Build ID 20180812220618) installed and I can confirm that the "@google" and "@amazon" search shortcuts are displayed in the "Top Sites" area. "@google" is pinned in the first position and "@amazon" is displayed in the next available position.
I have verified that the @google and @amazon search shortcuts are automatically added for new profiles in the latest Beta (62.0b18 Build ID 20180816151750) on Windows 10, Mac 10.13 and Arch Linux x64. Google is in the first position and Amazon in the second.
Component: Activity Streams: Newtab → New Tab Page
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