Google has also developed something similar to Chromium, and now Microsoft is following along with Edge. In fact, you should say Microsoft is trying again, because a few months ago there was a test functionality built into Edge Canary. In the new version of Edge Canary for Windows, Microsoft has now begun testing a new feed that introduces native RSS functionality with groups integration.
Platforms like Google News or Microsoft News have essentially sold out the classic RSS aggregators, but with the Edge functionality, you can easily monitor your news feed again.
Subscribing to an RSS feed takes you back to the browser; There is no need to resort to RSS readers or web applications like Feedly. Microsoft’s implementation of the RSS reading functionality is called “Web Followable” and currently only runs for select users using Edge Canary build. The flag to enable this beta feature came out nearly three months ago and was reintroduced with the latest update as part of company-controlled beta testing.
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As the name suggests, Followable Web allows you to access an organized feed of all your favorite websites from the Groups button on the Edge toolbar. It’s in the Groups panel, and articles posted by Posts appear in a neat feed when you open the browser.
The RSS feed reader functionality for Edge is still in its early stages of development. The appearance of the feed and the option to view and save new feeds will be reviewed in the coming weeks. When, or rather, whether the functionality will soon turn it into a final Edge release for all users is not yet known.
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