Another Google Reader Alternative – Import RSS Feed into Outlook

The day of terminating Google Reader is coming soon and every people is now busy in export and import RSS Feed so that you will still be allied with their desired blog(s).

This trick let users to import RSS Feed into Outlook 2010 and I don’t know whether it is running on other versions of MS Outlook or not.

You know that Outlook is really a good preference to get mail online and read them offline and it also allows users to set scheduled backup so that it can create your backup files automatic. On other end, the chance to stop this feature is very low and that’s why it could be used without thinking twice.

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How to Import RSS Feed into Outlook?

Before importing you should export your Google Reader account in terms of subscribed feeds. This technique is also very easy. Just go to Google Takeout (Go with this link) and generate an archive to download a backup file of your Google Reader account in your machine. After that, you have to open your Outlook and take a look at your left pane. There, you will get an option, called RSS Feed. Right click on it and select Import an OPML File.

Import RSS Feed into Outlook

After that browse and select your exported file of Google Reader account.

Import RSS Feed into Outlook

The next screen will ask you whether you want to select all subscribed feeds or one by one. Select what you wish.

Import RSS Feed into Outlook

You have almost done! If you have done everything successfully, you will be greeted with such like a screen where from you will access all your subscribed feeds.

Import RSS Feed into Outlook

How it works for you? Do you really find something interesting in it? Share your opinion with us.

Source:- How-To-Geek

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