No More RSS option in Mail?

Discussion in 'macOS Sierra (10.12)' started by Chrystal Ocean, Dec 11, 2016.

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  1. Chrystal Ocean macrumors member

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    Apologies in advance if this question shows how loooooong it's been since I upgraded my Mac, and consequently, OS X. In fact, only a couple of days ago, I went from using my 10-yr-old Mac mini with Lion to this brand, spanking new MacBook Pro with Sierra.

    Although I love the Touch Bar and so many other goodies, I do miss the ability to pick up RSS feeds directly through Mail. Is there something off with my version or is it true that RSS is no longer supported in Mail?
     
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  3. KatieRoeMac macrumors newbie

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    Is anyone aware of a simple alternative? I too miss this feature!
     
  4. Weaselboy Moderator

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    There are a lot of stand alone RSS apps out there you could use. Vienna is one that is free and works well. Or you could sign up for a free Feedly.com account and just read your RSS feeds there in a web browser.
     
  5. MacGizmo macrumors 65816

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    JFGI. As Weaselboy stated, there are a bunch of options.
     
  6. Dadoctorisin macrumors newbie

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    None of them even close to having RSS feeds in your email.
    It was stupid to remove that feature.
     
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  8. MacGizmo macrumors 65816

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    I think 99% of people would disagree with you, and say it was stupid to put the feature in Mail to begin with. It never worked worth a darn to begin with and was nearly completely feature-starved.
     

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