Published: Wed, January 10, 2018
Science | By Eileen Rhodes

Xbox One users are getting a 'do not disturb' feature

Xbox One users are getting a 'do not disturb' feature

New year, new updates, and Microsoft is starting the new year by rolling out the next Xbox One update to alpha testers. As well as, see which Achievements you are closest to, and launch the game to obtain them.

The update is now being rolled out for those who are part of the Xbox Insider beta, after some testing the update will then roll out to everyone else.

Your Xbox will eventually get a virtual "do not disturb" sign when a feature coming to the Xbox Insider program makes it to everyone's systems. There are sort filters too that let you prioritise next achievements by "closest", "most common, "rarest", "most common rare" or 'highest Gamerscore".

Xbox One update
Xbox One users are getting a 'do not disturb' feature

Mini Game Hubs will also be available right in the guide, which means you'll be able to access game content from games you've recently played without having to leave the Game Hub itself.

There are more updates coming towards Xbox One user which include guide menu: The first gadget is, "Next Achievement", provides a location to keep a heads up for upcoming achievement unlocks. Next up is a do not disturb mode that will "suppress" notifications and tells your friends list you don't want to be bothered, according to a post on Xbox Wire. You'll also be able to see who has liked your comments. You'll soon be able to see a peek of the most recent comment on community posts, with comments rearranged to place those that are most recent at the top. More granularity for auto-shutdown timing is en route as well, with options that will turn the console off after two, three, four and five hours.

These features are only enabled for a portion of Xbox One users to gauge interest and collect feedback.

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