Microsoft Edge has a useful feature that is not available in Chrome and Safari

Microsoft has built a useful new feature in its Edge browser – Followable Web. It allows you to keep track of new publications on selected sites, that is, it is a more modern analogue of RSS.

With Followable Web, you can subscribe to new articles on sites. You can find the latest publications in the Collections menu. If a site has ceased to be of interest to you, you can exclude it from this collection. Followable Web also replaces notifications from sites, and you can learn about new articles not at the time of their release, but at any convenient time (for example, when you have the opportunity to read something interesting).

The Followable Web feature is already rolling out in test version of Edge Canary and will be added to the stable build of Edge after a short testing phase. As you know, Edge is built into Windows 10 and Windows 11, so the innovation will be available to all users of computers with these operating systems.

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