After showing the screen of the new Xbox Series X | S dashboard, Microsoft promises further changes in view of the final version that will be distributed starting next year.
With a new post published on Xbox Wire, the Colossus of Redmond claimed to have listened carefully to the feedback from users, who in the preliminary builds of this new dashboard noticed the heavy lack of customization options. The Microsoft team is working precisely in this sense, adding new possibilities to customize the dashboard both aesthetically and functionally.
In the new round of previews coming for Xbox Insider members we will have i following changes:
Different Home layouts that group user selected modules together for easier access will be shown to some players: let us know which version is your favorite; You can now add your main groups to Home and see them when you scroll down for quicker access to the games and apps you choose. You can decide which groups you want on Home by going to My Games & Apps -> Groups -> Group Name, pressing the Menu button and selecting “Add to Home” in Home and showing them when you scroll down for quicker access to games and the apps you choose; You can add games to the Home for easy access and to view game content on the dashboard. You can add up to 10 games: to do this, highlight a tile of a game anywhere on the dashboard, press the Menu button and then select Add to Home to give it a try; Browse and watch your multimedia content in a new “Watch and Listen” spotlight. Next to your entertainment apps you’ll find buttons that quickly link you to collections in the Store to find more apps, movies, and more; Game lists from the Xbox Game Pass catalog and the Microsoft Store for Xbox are now selected for you using an algorithm and should become more relevant if you share your data with Xbox.
Starting this week, all members of the rings Alpha Skip-Ahead e Alpha will be able to preview the new Home experience. Obviously, the user feedback is well appreciated by Microsoft to continue to refine the features and aesthetic appearance of the dashboard.