The RSS stands for “Really Simple Syndication” that allows you to syndicate frequently used web contents and notify you about the new updates in your RSS Feeds folder.
When you want to update yourself with the blogs or some latest news headlines, you have to visit the website daily which is very time consuming process. In order to save your time, RSS Feeds folder comes into the play. RSS Feeds folder basically contains the blogs, news headlines, audio, video of the website which you have already added in your RSS feeds folder.
If you are regular web user, RSS Feeds helps you in fetching all the updates, news and many interesting things from the website. With RSS Feeds, you can easily add your favorites to the outlook.
Steps to Add RSS Feeds in Outlook 2010
Step 1: Open Microsoft Outlook 2010 in your computer, choose “Mail” icon at the left navigation.
Right click on RSS Feeds option.
Step 2: When you right click the “RSS Feeds”, you may get many options. Click “Add a New RSS Feed…” in order to add a new one.
Step 3: “New RSS Feed” dialog box will appear. Enter the URL of the website which you want to add.
Note that you can add only those websites which provides RSS Feeds. Click “Add” to add it.
Step 4: Outlook will confirm if you really want to add this RSS Feed to your outlook or not. Click “Yes” to confirm.
If you want further to configure this RSS Feed, click “Advanced…” button.
Step 5: Your RSS Feed is successfully added to your outlook 2010.