Connecting Turbo pages generated with Autoparsing

Attention. Autoparsing works in beta mode and is not available for all sites.
Turbo pages for media sites can be generated:
If the Autoparsing block is displayed on the Data sources page in Yandex.Webmaster, it means that the Turbo pages for you site are already generated and you can connect them.

To turn on Turbo pages, follow these steps:

  1. Step 1. Check the examples of generated Turbo pages
  2. Step 2. Install the tracking tag.
  3. Step 3. Turn on advertising
  4. Step 4. Turn on the display

Step 1. Check the examples of generated Turbo pages

  1. Go to the Turbo pages → Data sources page.
  2. In the Autoparsing section, click the Examples button. A window opens with examples of several Turbo pages that have been generated for your site.
Note.

If you already send the RSS feed for Turbo page generation, Autoparsing can form the missing pages automatically.

If one site page has two Turbo versions (one from the RSS feed and one that was automatically generated), the priority is given to the version generated via the RSS feed.

Step 2. Install the tracking tag.

To install the web analytics tag, do the following:
  1. Go to the Turbo pages → Settings page in Yandex.Webmaster.
  2. In the Tags section add the web analytics system and specify the tag ID.

    Supported web analytics systems:

    Yandex.Metrica

    Specify the tag number. For example, 123456.

    To make it easier to work with reports, use the same counter on the main site and on its Turbo pages. Learn more about viewing Turbo page reports in Yandex.Metrica Help.

    LiveInternet

    If the tag is only installed on one site, leave this field blank.

    If the tag is installed on multiple sites, specify the name of the tag. For example, example-host.

    Google Analytics
    Specify the tracking ID. For example, UA-12340005-6.
    Mail.Ru
    Specify the tag ID. For example, 123456.
    Rambler Top 100
    Specify the tag ID. For example, 123456.
    Mediascope (TNS)
    Project ID tmsec with the “- turbo” ending. For example, if the example_total tag is installed for regular site pages, then specify example_total-turbo for the Turbo pages.
    Other

    If your web analytics system supports installations as a one-pixel image, you can add it to the Turbo page.

    You can also include additional parameters in the URL to send them to the web analytics system:
    • {referrer} — Referer.
    • {referrerStarsEscaped} — Referer for Mediascope (with escaped character *), to connect this system without specifying the ID.
    • {pageTitle} — Page title.
    • {originalURL} — The original page URL.
    • {screenWidth} — The screen width.
    • {screenHeight} — The screen height.
    • {random} — Pseudorandom number (a new value is generated for each occurrence in the string).
    • {requestId} — Request ID (one per page).
    • {clientId} — Client ID (one per user's browser).

    Example:

    http://some.doma.in/{screenWidth}*{clientId}/{random}/{originalURL}?title={pageTitle} 
  3. Click Save to apply the changes.

Step 4. Turn on the display

  1. Go to the Turbo pages → Data sources page.
  2. In the Autoparsing section, switch the option to On. The changes are applied within a day.

If you post to Yandex Zen and your site has Turbo pages, they may appear in Yandex.Zen instead of the previous page versions.

If you added the primary domain and a subdomain of the site to Yandex.Webmaster, there are several ways to show Turbo pages:

The Turbo pages are turned on for the primary domain
The option is automatically turned on for a subdomain if Turbo pages are generated for it.
The Turbo pages are turned on only for a subdomain
The option is active only for the subdomain.

When new pages appear on your site and the Yandex robot finds out about these changes, Turbo versions can be generated for the new pages.