Microsoft’s web browser “Microsoft Edge” seems to stick with the update log as it is adding new features to its spotless shelves, readying up for yet another upgradation with a recently added feature, YouTube integration.
This fundamentally means that the user of the system doesn’t need to have to pick a link from a viewing website to rush to the YouTube platform to see the video; with YouTube integration, the user could able to see the video on the same website that they are working or reading. The video will appear at the side of the page, or you can also drag the box as you wish, be conscious of whether the contents you’re viewing are visible.
As for Microsoft edge, it comes under the division of the company’s new initiative to merge the RSS feed into the web browser, and users could have access to see the content inside Microsoft’s Edge panel. These features could sweep a considerable amount of users to gain attention towards Microsoft Edge. Categorically, it derives a close turnover of YouTube; Microsoft is reportedly working on an edifying feature that will offer users to stick to their preferred content using Chromium Edge; there is also a new YouTube follow button likely to be added in the address bar of YouTube URLs through the user’s ingress to videos, this new form of easy way leaves the users to get into YouTube content with just a few rotations of mouse and a click.
Microsoft is currently progressing a simple randomized controlled experiment called A/B testing of the YouTube integration in Edge to decipher the user behavior together with the sample of the A and B experiment. If you wish to give a try out of it, you can install and process it with an Edge Canary, but it is not accessible to everyone, before downloading it in your device check whether it’d run on your device, once you cross the installation process, the feature is enabled by default and you can explore it by drop by YouTube channels.
Users are allowed to install it once it’s been finished. Microsoft Edge will create a cataloged list of the latest updates of your favorite creators or the website you have bookmarked as your favorite, and it will appear in the collection panel. Users of Microsoft edge might have an idea about the positioning of the collection tab, to those who don’t know about the web browser, the collection tab appear on the right side of the browser; however, it will still exhibit on the same side after creating the curated list.
Furthermore, Microsoft is planning to bring RSS feeds called “Followable” in the Collections menu, and this will offer users to “follow” websites having an RSS feed, it is basically because the Microsoft Edge YouTube feature is wholly based on the RSS feed integration, moreover don’t worry if you are not getting the updated new features, because the Microsoft Edge’s RSS feed or YouTube feature is deployed only to the chosen users.