How to add RSS Feeds to Outlook in Windows 10/8.1

I recently bought a new Dell Inspiron 15 7537 Windows laptop. On my earlier laptop, I used to use Windows Live Mail as my default mail client. But I now decided to start using Microsoft Outlook as my mail client. One of the things I wanted to do was to add RSS Feeds to Outlook and also to import my earlier RSS Feeds in Outlook. This is how you can do it.

Add RSS Feeds to Outlook

To add a new RSS Feed, open Outlook, click on File tab. Under Info, you will see Account and Social Network Settings. Click on it.

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Next click on Accounts. Now under the RSS Feeds tab, you can Add, Change or Remove RSS Feeds.

Add RSS Feeds to Outlook

If you are adding your first RSS Feed, you will see a new entry RSS Feeds on the left side of Outlook.

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Now if you wish to add more RSS Feeds, you may simply right-click on this link and select Add a New RSS Feed.

Import RSS Feeds into Outlook

If you wish to import your bunch of RSS Feeds from you old mail client to outlook, you will have to export an OPML file. So export the file using your old mail client or Internet Explorer.

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Once you have done it, right-click on this link again and select Import an OPML file. All your RSS Feeds will be imported to Outlook, and they will appear here under this link.

If you are using Bing News App, you could also add RSS feeds to your Bing News App. Go here if you are looking for a free RSS Reader software. Desktop Ticker will let you read RSS feeds directly on your Windows desktop.

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