After years of disappearing from Google Reader, Google is working to bring back the RSS reader in Chrome, which has previously gone live on iOS and Android
Users can subscribe by opening the right-click menu and selecting the new “Follow Sites” option.
The user can then display the content of the site they are following in a “Feed” window, but at the moment the interface is not working properly.
The media contacted Chrome engineer Adrienne Porter Felt, and the response was “can not specify”, but the mobile version of Chrome will soon usher in more improvements to the RSS reader, we can look forward to the Chrome 106 version.
RSS (RDF Site Summary or Really Simple Syndication), also known as Syndicated Content, is a feed format specification that aggregates content from multiple websites and automatically notifies website subscribers of updates.
With RSS, website subscribers no longer need to manually check whether there is new content on a website. At the same time, RSS can integrate the updated content from multiple websites and present it in the form of a summary, which helps subscribers quickly access important information and selectively click to view it.
Microsoft Edge browser is also testing a built-in RSS reader, which introduces native RSS functionality in the collection of features. The feature is named Followable Web, users can open the collection, in the upper right corner of the three dots click “Following”, you can view the subscribed RSS feeds.