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Microsoft to Test YouTube Integration for Edge Web Browser

Microsoft to Test YouTube Integration for Edge Web Browser

Microsoft to Test YouTube Integration as a part of its recently announced RSS feed known as followable

Microsoft, in recent time been adding new features to its Edge web browser, and now the company has stated that it is testing various new features as a part of its recently announced RSS feed known as Followable. The tech giant is bringing YouTube integration to its edge browser as a part of the newly announced RSS feed. With YouTube integration, the users will be able to curate the content easily.

This will allow the users to follow their favorite channels and creators right from the URL section to a web page by clicking on the new follow button. Once the users follow the page, the latest contents from that particular creator will begin surfacing into the newly designed collection pane. By clicking that, it will be redirecting the users to the video without any interference or ads.

Also, for this new feature to work, users will have to add the YouTube channel to the RSS feed. Along with this, Microsoft will also test its new Discover tab for Chromium Edge. This will allow the users to browse new things, web applications, and content through Bing. All these features are currently under the testing phase and will be rolling out in India by the end of May.

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