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How to add RSS Feed in MS Outlook 2013.

RSS stands for “Really Simple Syndication” or “Rich Site Summary.” If you already use Microsoft Outlook for your email, you can also use it to subscribe to RSS feeds. You can subscribe RSS Feed in any website.

  1. In outlook, click “File” tab.outlook 2013 1 file tab open
  2. Click on “Options”.outlook 2013 2 option item
  3. Click on “Advanced” option and check both items “Any RSS….” and “Synchronize RSS Feed…”. Click on “Send/Receive” button.outlook 2013 3 advanced rss feed
  4. Now, “Send/Receive Groups” window appears and click on “Edit” button.outlook 2013 4 send receive edit
  5. In “Send/Receive Settings”,  check “Include the selected account in this group” option and select “RSS Feeds” from the drop-down list (as shown in the image). Click “OK”.outlook 2013 5 account rss feeds setting
  6. Restart Oulook. Right click on “RSS Feeds” folder on the left and select “Add a New RSS Feed” from the popup menu.outlook 2013 6 add rss feeds
  7. Go to your browser and copy the URL from the address box for the RSS feed page that you opened. Paste the URL into the edit box on the “New RSS Feed” dialog box and click Add.outlook 2013 7 url rss feeds
  8. To add RSS Feed to outlook, click on “Yes” button.outlook 2013 8 add rss feed to outlook
  9. The articles from the RSS feed are displayed in the middle pane. Click on an article to display it in the right pane.outlook 2013 9 display articles


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