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Xbox One Profiles, Achievements and Other Data Coming Next Week to Xbox.com
New features concerning Xbox One users are heading to the official Xbox website next week, Microsoft announced today.
Posting on his blog, Microsoft’s Larry ‘Major Nelson’ Hryb said that next week they will be bringing Xbox One profiles and achievements, as well as other details of the respective users, on the official Xbox website.
“We’re happy to announce that the first of these elements – your Xbox One profile, Achievements, friends, followers, and game clips – will be viewable on Xbox.com beginning next week.”
Hryb noted that this has been one of the most requested community features amongst Xbox fans. It’s always good to see a company bank on the feedback of their customers and work on the most popular requests.
However, the update next week will not include everything. Additional features such as Activity feed will be added in the days to come. Meanwhile you can suggest additional features for Xbox One that you want to see implemented by posting on Microsoft’s dedicated user feedback site.
A couple of days ago, Xbox head Phil Spencer suggested that they have not forgotten about Family Sharing on the Xbox One. The feature which was initially scrapped by Microsoft following their drop of the console’s DRM, could eventually see to a return in some new shape.