YouTube Music is still gearing up to replace Google Podcasts, now updated with the ability to add podcasts directly from your RSS feed.
In late September, the Mountain View company announced that Google Podcasts will disappear in 2024 and be replaced by YouTube Music, making way for a Spotify-like music and podcast streaming app. It has already integrated podcasts into its platform for some time.
Ever since it became known that YouTube Music would become the big G’s new podcast app, the American company has been improving the app with new functions typical of a podcast manager, such as automatically downloading episodes. Well, now Google has taken another step in this sense YouTube Music now lets you add any podcast directly from your RSS feed.
YouTube Music has been updated with the ability to add podcasts via RSS
Confirmed by specialized media 9to5Google YouTube Music is starting to roll out this option Add podcasts via RSS feed in both Android app and web version.
so, Add a podcast to YouTube Music using your RSS feed You just need to follow these simple steps:
- Open the YouTube Music app on your Android phone
- Tap on the tab Library
- Slide the top carousel to the left and tap the option Podcasts
- Click the button Add a podcast appears at the bottom right
- Click on the option Add podcasts using RSS feeds
- Finally, paste the URL of the RSS feed of the podcast in question and tap the button Collaboration
When you do this, you will get a message at the bottom of the processor The podcast you added will be available soon After a few minutes you will be able to access all its episodes via tape Podcasts.
In addition, you can see in the screenshots that we leave you above these lines, you can easily identify all the podcasts that you add to YouTube Music using this method. A label with text “This podcast was added via an RSS feed” It will be located below the cover image of the podcast.