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Subscribing to a YouTube Channel in Outlook
You can also discover new channels by surfing around YouTube and seeing
what pops up. Be careful, however — YouTube gets addictive quickly. If
you find yourself missing meals or skipping work to watch YouTube, you’re
hooked. That’s when it’s time to subscribe to just a few YouTube channels in
Outlook and only watch them. Your family will thank you.
Oddly enough, the simplest way to subscribe to YouTube channels in
Outlook is to use Internet Explorer. You need Internet Explorer version 7 or
later to do that. When you subscribe to a feed in either Outlook or Internet
Explorer, that feed becomes available in both programs.
Internet Explorer makes it much easier to subscribe to YouTube channels and
other feeds than Outlook does, so if you have a choice, Internet Explorer is the
place to go to add a subscription.
To subscribe to a YouTube channel in Internet Explorer, go to the channel of
your choice and follow these steps:
1. Click the Feeds button at the top of the Internet Explorer screen.
A new page opens.
When you open a YouTube channel or other website that offers an RSS
feed, the Feeds button at the top of the Internet Explorer screen changes
from gray to orange.
2. Click the Subscribe to This Feed link.
The Subscribe to This Feed dialog box appears (see Figure 11-2).
Figure 11-2:
The
Subscribe
to This Feed
dialog box.
3. Click the Subscribe button.
The Subscribe to This Feed dialog box closes.
Now you can view the feed in either Internet Explorer 7 or newer or Outlook
2013. Each time that you subscribe to a new YouTube channel, a new folder
that displays the channel name appears in the RSS Feeds folder in the
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