Will microsoft Edge Browser support RSS feeds?

Dear Microsoft developers,

My question is simple, will the New Microsoft Edge Browser still support RSS feeds as the IE? I found RSS feeds in IE is really helpful and I do hope you could keep the feature in the new browser as well.

Thank you very much!

 

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Hi Kate,

Thank you for posting in Microsoft Community.

As if now this option is not available in Microsoft Edge browser. So, I suggest you to report about this bug in Windows 10 feedback app.

To do so you can follow this below steps:

  1. Type “Windows Feedback” in the search box of Windows 10 system.
  2. From the search results shown, select the option for Windows Feedback app and launch it.
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The above step-by-step guide on using Windows Feedback app will help you to report any new error or bug with the Microsoft Windows 10 Preview features. Please feel free to share any bugs that you may come across and may possibly have reported the same using this Feedback app.

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Thanks Anil for the answer.

I am not an user of the windows 10 preview version, I am just a normal user of windows 8.1.

I am asking because I want to know this the feature of RSS feeds reading is available for the new Microsoft Edge Browser.

Cheers!

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I tend to say no.

Windows 8 and 10 more or less based on APPs.

RSS Feeds with an App, yes.

RSS Feeds within the browser? I am not sure, but I would say no.

The only problem that I see here is, that the browser detect RSS from a website automatic most times,  an RSS APP or RSS Reader normaly need an RSS-URL. But a lot of sites not show the RSS-URL elsewhere.

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That's exactly what I have been thinking.

Hope there is an easy way to find out whether a webpage has a RSS feed or not

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Hi,

sorry if it's a bit late, but with the new Home screen for Microsoft Edge, what about put news about your RSS feeds you subscribe with (like in IE) instead of random news?

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The only reason why I use Internet Explorer instead of Chrome is because of IE's support of the Windows RSS Platform.

It would be a shame if they don't come with a viable solution/alternative ...

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I am still using IE11, even on Windows 10, simply because I have yet to find a better RSS reader. All the apps I have tried are either buggy, present the information poorly, or require that I have a Feedly account (which I refuse to sign up for).

IE11's RSS reader is a model of simplicity, clarity, and it works. Microsoft really should add this functionality to Edge, but I fear that they will not, and simply drop IE11.

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I think the easiest and best way for Microsoft to do this would be to integrate it with favorites. An RSS feed should be able to be a favorite that would become bold when a new feed entry is available. Autodetection of feeds on a webpage is so nice and it only takes one icon for that. With such minimal interference to the UI, why drop such a great feature? Then allow syncing of unvisited feed entries on all devices.

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Agreed! The IE RSS Reader is one of the best ones I have used, and seeing it dropped in Edge is a major problem.
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On my home PC after the Windows 10 upgrade, the IE icon does nothing. :(
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