Google announces that Chrome will test-implement 'Follow', an automatic update confirmation function for favorite websites
' of the website on Chrome Canary , which is equivalent to the trial operation version of Chrome.
Google announced that it will test-implement the automatic update confirmation function ' Follow
Chromium Blog: An experiment in helping users and web publishers create deeper connections on Chrome
Google Chrome testing RSS-powered'Follow' button, feed --9to5Google
The newly introduced 'Follow' is that if you open the setting menu of Chrome with the window you want to follow open, the option 'Site name (+ Follow)' will be displayed as shown below.
New posts on websites that you follow by clicking this option will now appear as a headlined card with an image in the 'Following' section of the new tab, making it easier to check for updates. ..
This 'follow' is a function that is practically equivalent to an RSS reader, but it is said that it will use the existing RSS system in terms of implementation, and when Google finishes the test on Chrome Canary and makes a full-scale introduction to Chrome Will provide web publishers with guidance on how to keep RSS up to date.
'Follow' will be tested from the middle of June 2021 for Chrome Canary users in the United States who use Android. Google describes 'following' as 'an attempt to connect users and web publishers with Chrome.'