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What are Feeds?

Feeds are a good way to consume frequently updated web content in a simple format from a single location, the feed reader. The types of content published via newsfeeds include news, blogs, podcasts, forum discussions and more. Depending on the website, you may see the full content in the feed reader or only a snippet with a link to the full version. Subscribing to feeds saves you time from checking each website you like to follow manually. In Vivaldi browser, the feed reader is part of the email client and supports RSS and Atom newsfeed formats as well as DC (Dublin Core) extensions to RSS and Atom.

Subscribe to Feeds

From a website

Address bar

When Vivaldi detects that the website offers feeds, you’ll see the Feeds (RSS) button Feeds button on the right side of the Address field. To add the feed to Vivaldi, click on the feed button > Feed title > Subscribe.

Address bar with the Feeds subscription button

Some sites offer both RSS and Atom feeds. Select the option you prefer.

Before subscribing, you can also preview the posts that will be included in the feed and click Subscribe on top of the preview page.

Feeds link on the page

Most websites that offer feeds have a subscription link somewhere on their website.

  1. Locate the Feeds (RSS) subscription link;
  2. Click it to see the feed preview;
  3. Click Subscribe on top of the preview page.

In Vivaldi settings

To manually add a feed to Vivaldi:

  1. Go to Settings > Feeds;
  2. Click on Add button Add Feed below the list of feeds;
  3. Insert the Feed Title, URL and select how often Vivaldi should check for new posts.

Adding a new feed in Feeds Settings


You can add multiple feeds at once by pasting feed URLs one after another in the Address field. Leave the Title field empty so the title from the feed can be used (otherwise all feeds will have identical titles).

In Settings > Feeds, you can also decide whether you want to see a  notification, when there’s a new feed post.

Read Feeds

To read feed posts:

  1. Open the Mail Panel;
  2. Scroll down to Feeds;
  3. Select the feed you want to check. The list of posts opens in a new tab;
  4. Click on the post title to view the content.

You can add Flags and Labels to feed messages the same way you’d add them to email messages. Either:

  • from the message menu above the post;
  • by selecting the flag or label option from the right-click context menu in the post list.

To delete a post from a feed, either:

  • Open the post and click on Trash Move to Trash from the message toolbar;
  • Right-click on the post in the posts list and select Delete.

Edit Feeds

To make changes to Feeds:

  1. Go to Settings > Feeds;
  2. Select the feed you want to update;
  3. Make the changes;
  4. Click Save.

You can edit the Title, Address and update frequency.

In case you don’t want to receive any new feed messages, but don’t want to delete the feed either, click the box for Offline, which will keep the messages, but won’t download new ones.

Share feed messages

To easily share interesting feed messages with others via email:

    1. Open the message;
  1. Click on forward button Forward in the message menu above the post;
  2. Enter the recipient’s email and, if you wish, add a message;
  3. Click Send.

If the feed owner has provided the necessary details, you can also send a message to the feed authors by replying to the feed message as if it were an email message.

Delete Feeds

To remove a feed and its post from the email client:

  1. Go to Settings > Feeds;
  2. Select the feed you want to remove;
  3. Click Delete Feed below the list of feeds;
  4. Confirm your decision by clicking Delete in the pop up dialog.


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