Jul 15 2019 11:31 PM
Jul 15 2019 11:31 PM
How to change the country of My Feed in Microsoft Edge Chromium? It always shows US.
Oct 05 2019 10:03 AM - edited Oct 05 2019 10:05 AM
@chdslv Yes, regional news exists (for Norway in my case) and Microsoft spends resources on creating and editing that content. It is a bit unfortunate that this content is only available in the classic Edge browser as of now.
I have an English language version of the Edge Insider browser installed but I would expect it to be possible to select the region for the feed content as a separate setting.
Please enable the setting - similarly as in classic Edge - to stop "blocking" the regional content.
Oct 05 2019 10:15 AM
@chdslv It linked to your browser language, at least was in recent builds. You can change it in the settings.
Oct 05 2019 02:18 PM - edited Oct 05 2019 02:19 PM
@Henry08 Seems to have no effect in the latest dev channel version.
I can't see any change - no regional (Norwegian) feed sources are available after changing browser language.
As far as I know, the settings for my personalized feed in the classic Edge browser is stored and synced with my MS account. Edge Insider does not honor these settings.
FYI: To my knowledge, the feed region and sources setting is shared between Edge classic and the Microsoft News app.
Oct 05 2019 04:23 PM - edited Oct 05 2019 04:24 PM
@YearnA I set language to norks and got this. I'm not so sure but it looks like Norwegian feed as for me. Canary 79.0294
Oct 05 2019 06:33 PM - edited Oct 05 2019 06:42 PM
@Henry08 You're right. I had multiple languages in my languages list, and moving Norwegian to the top was not sufficient. But when choosing "Display Microsoft Edge in this language" it works.
I was afraid that in order to get the "regionalized" feed to work I would have to change the languages list and thereby all "Accept-Language" request headers sent from Edge.
If the feed region/language will not have a setting of its own, I prefer that feed follows the browser "UI Language" setting instead like it does now.
I have a feeling that users will demand separate and more visible/available setting for the news feed language though.
Nov 06 2019 06:31 AM
The language could be British English, but say, I'd like to get info, say from Poland or Russia. For example, a person living in Poland should be able to have the browser in English, but get info news from Poland, and be able to choose from any other country.
Nov 06 2019 08:26 AM
Nov 20 2019 12:31 AM
@chdslv All I can do here is give a clue that I stumbled upon. It's also what led me to having this problem in the first place. Hopefully somebody that know more than me can do something with it.
I'm in the Mid-Atlantic region of the USofA, and my feed was set appropriately. Then I hooked up to my VPN and my IP address registered in Montreal, Canada. If I did anything else at this point, I don't remember, but my feed has been Canadian ever since. Disconnecting from my VPN does not change it back.
Good luck cyber sleuths!
Dec 13 2019 12:36 AM - edited Dec 13 2019 02:29 AM
Some feedback from Belgium where by default we have multiple languages.
My Edge (Beta) was set to EN but the news displayed in the new tab were displayed in Dutch, while I'm French speaking. The news posted were indeed Belgian news so that was ok. However, I wanted to have news in French. (or say: from Belgian French-speaking sources).
So the setup was slightly annoying until I found out this article and tried a few things.
Not so intuitive but it
works does not work, so I share.
EDIT: bah, no. After another browser restart, the news switched to US.
Jan 09 2020 07:46 AM
Now added the ability to change the location and languages for news content on the new tab page in Version 81.0.387.0