Outlook can act as an RSS feed reader. When added, an RSS feed appears in the desktop app as an inbox and it refreshes like it would in a regular feed reader or feed reading service. There is no restriction on how many feeds you can add and you’re free to use Outlook’s organization features to group and manage the feed however you like.

Outlook has supported RSS feeds for years but it hasn’t changed how a feed is added. Not only is the process unnecessarily complicated, but the feature itself is also hard to find. Here’s how you can add an RSS feed to Outlook.

Outlook RSS Feed

In order to add an RSS feed to Outlook, you first need a link to it.

Find RSS feed

Websites and blogs that update regularly, like AddictiveTips, normally have an RSS feed that you can subscribe to. Look for the following symbol on your favorite website/blog. Click the link and you’ll be taken to a new page.



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