Reddit user Leoparda64 has discovered a new YouTube Follow button that appears in the address bar of YouTube pages, where the following creators will add them to a feed that is part of the Groups feature in Edge. A feed created in Collections allows you to see the latest posts from creators you follow.
This deeper integration with YouTube will likely extend to other parts of the web as well, Microsoft Edge’s followable web feature looks similar to Google’s experimental feature in Chrome that lets people follow blogs and creators to get the latest content when they’re published, and that’s essentially an extension to RSS within Chrome, and includes a Continue button.
Microsoft is only testing this new Edge feature with a limited number of Edge Canary testers, as part of what the company calls “censored launches.” The software giant hasn’t officially detailed its plans for Edge’s trackable web feature, but we expect to hear more about this recent RSS feed. In the coming weeks.
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