Microsoft Rolls Out System Update For Xbox One.

Microsoft has revealed the latest system update for Xbox One which is available today.

One of the features that has been added is the ability to take screenshots. Players can now capture screenshots by double-tapping the Xbox button and using the Y button to save the image. These images can then be uploaded to Twitter or posted to Onedrive.

The update also includes Suggested Friends, a feature that allows players to find new users along with “top community broadcasters and clip creators” which adds more content to the activity feed.

Here are the rest of the of the system updates:

  • Sharing your name– We’re rolling out two new ways to share your real name: with all of your friends, or to everyone in the Xbox Live community. You can also continue to share your real name with select friends or no one, if that’s what you prefer. Gamertags are still the primary method of identifying yourself on Xbox Live, but sharing your real name helps people recognize you who might not know you by your gamertag. The new name sharing options can be found under Friends>My profile>Name sharing settings.
  • Party chat enhancements– We added two new icons to party chat to show each participant their own microphone status. The Kinect icon means the Kinect is being used as the mic and the headset icon means the headset mic is being used.
  • Tile transparency –As a result of your feedback, we’re adding a setting to vary the level of transparency for your background images. To do this, go to Settings>My Xbox>Tile transparency.
  • Voice search privacy– We added a new setting to share voice search data to allow anonymous collection and analysis of voice data when using Bing on Xbox to search. Go to Settings>Privacy and online safety>Custom>Share voice search datato change the setting.
  • Report spam– The Messages app has an added option to notify Xbox when you receive spam. To report a message as spam, select it, press A on the controller, select Report, and then choose Spam.
  • Live TV & OneGuide in Australia– Support for OneGuide is now available to all users in Australia for free-to-air TV listings. Additionally, the OneGuide app will be pre-pinned for users in Australia a few days after the March system update goes live.
  • Xbox One Digital TV Tuner in Australia– Xbox One owners in Australia can pre-purchase the Xbox Digital TV Tuner at the online Microsoft Store, Availability of the tuner is planned for March 25, 2015.


Source: Xbox Wire

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