Origin Trials (Experimental Features) Token Sign Up
Chrome is making some new, early-stage features available for developers to try out on their site (without developers requiring their users to flip a flag) before they become part of the web platform! Anyone can sign up, it's totally free, and all we ask is that you provide us with feedback about the feature. We'll use your feedback to make the feature better before standardizing it, and releasing it to the rest of the web community. Was it awesome? Did it suck? Did we spell somthing wrong? (It happens!)

Fill out this form (it's easy) and we will create a token for your site that will unlock these new features for the next 6 weeks.

If you want to know more about our experimentation process, visit https://bit.ly/OriginTrials for lots and lots of information.

Origin Trial Details
We need to know what feature you are interested in trying out, and where you are going to be hosting it (your site's origin). The tokens we provide will only work on that origin, and only enable a specific feature. Your site must also be available over HTTPS. We do not support HTTP-only sites for origin trials, other than for local testing (e.g. http://localhost:80,
Web Origin
E.g. https://example.com. If you would also need access for an additional origin, for example https://staging.example.com or https://www.example.com, please file a second request.
Your answer
In some cases, you may need access for multiple subdomains, and they should be treated as single origin. E.g. https://a.example.com, https://b.example.com, https://c.example.com, all under https://example.com. You can request a token to match all subdomains of the origin specified above. NOTE: Subdomain matching is only enabled in Chrome M55 or later, although the token is valid in earlier versions of Chrome.
Contact Information
We need to know where to send your trial tokens (we're going to email them to you). Also, we'd like to have a way to get in touch with you, to let you know if any issues arise with your use of the feature, or to ask for feedback about your experience with it.

We're going to maintain a low-volume announcement mailing list for each experimental feature. When you sign up for access to a feature, we'll add the email address you give us here to that list.

Our use of your contact information is in accordance with the Google Chrome Privacy Policy (https://www.google.com/chrome/browser/privacy/)

How should we address you?
E.g. "Jane Smith"
Your answer
Email Address
Your answer
Other Stuff
Use of the features is subject to the Google Chrome Terms of Service (https://www.google.com/chrome/browser/privacy/eula_text.html)
Any other comments?
Your answer
That's it!
Thanks for helping us bring better standards to the web, faster! Once you submit this form, we'll process your request, and email you your tokens along with instructions for how to use them in your site to enable these features.
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