Google has developed something similar for Chromium, and is now rolling out with Microsoft Edge. Actually, you have to say that Microsoft is trying again, because a few months ago Edge Canary had a test built-in function. In the new Edge Canary build for Windows, Microsoft has now begun testing a new feed that features native RSS functionality with integration to archives.
Platforms like Google News or Microsoft News basically sold classic RSS aggregation tools, but with the Edge function you can easily re-track your own news feeds.
Subscribing to an RSS feed takes you back to the browser; There’s no need to resort to RSS readers or web applications like Feedly. Microsoft’s implementation of the RSS read function is called “Followable Web” and is currently only rolling out to select users with Edge Canary builds. The flag to enable this experimental feature appeared about three months ago and was reintroduced with the latest update as part of the company’s controlled beta testing.
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As the name suggests, Followable Web gives you access to curated feeds of all your favorite websites from the Collections button on Edge’s toolbar. It is placed in the archive panel, and articles published by publications appear in a neat feed when you open the browser.
The function of Edge RSS Feed Reader is still in the beginning of development. The appearance of feeds and the option to view and save new feeds will be revised in the coming weeks. When, or rather, whether the function will soon make it to the final Edge version for all users is not yet known.
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