How to follow Youtube Channels?
With Feedly, you can subscribe to Youtube channels as sources. New videos will show up in your feeds when they are published so you can keep up with your favorite YouTube channels alongside everything else in Feedly.
There are two ways to do this:
- You can either search for the Youtube channel directly on the Discover page by typing in the name of the channel.
- Or enter the direct URL of the Youtube channel, for example for TED: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAuUUnT6oDeKwE6v1NGQxug.
Note: as we're investigating an issue with some of the Youtube feeds, the sure way to get any Youtube feed for now is via discovering their RSS feed directly via opening the source of the Youtube channel website and looking for ".rss"
- you can do that via right-clicking the Youtube channel page (you need to be on the channel page, not in a direct video), choosing View Page Source (or similar based on the browser you use), hitting CMD/CTRL + F and typing in "rss", that'll result in finding a string like this that you'll copy-paste to Feedly: