For the website that I am working on, Google has been displaying for a while a rich result consisting of three cards under the title "Latest from [name of the website]".

The problem with these results is that it is taking the latest post from the entire website. We need it to display the results belonging only to one branch/directory of the website, such as blog articles and not other types of posts (we have classified ads appearing in those results).

After searching the internet up and down, I have not managed to find what structured data, if any, corresponds to these "Latest from [...]" rich results. They started appearing as soon as we began adding Schema.org structured data to our website such as Organization and SiteNavigationElement, but I have not figured out if there is any connection between them.

The results we see are both on desktop and on mobile.

  • is your site a Google News Publisher? – Evgeniy Apr 24 '19 at 9:38
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    Unfortunately, not. We have not yet received the approval from Google to be included in Google News. Therefore the "Latest from [...]" rich result, though very similar, it isn the "Top Stories" one that appears for websites which are Google News Publishers. – Jo. Apr 24 '19 at 10:18
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    post a link to this SERP – Evgeniy Apr 24 '19 at 10:39
  • @Evgeniy, here is a link, but to a different website. The rich result has not been displayed for the website I am working on lately. So here is a new problem, how do we become eligible again for this specific rich result? google.com/… – Jo. May 2 '19 at 10:02

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