Microsoft has today started to roll out its Xbox One November update which brings in a whole host of improvements that should have quite a few gamers happy. Probably one of the most notable and noticeable changes included in the November update is the ability to set custom backgrounds. There are two ways of doing this: the first is to use photos from a flash drive that you connect to your Xbox One, and the second is to use the game art that features in each achievement that you earn.
Something that will have personalization buffs happy is that you can now customize your location and Bio to give your friends and follows that little bit more information about you. A neat feature to compliment this personalizing is that you can set a number of “showcase” items that are displayed when people take a look at a profile, which can include up to 6 game clips which can be added and edited from the Xbox itself or through the SmartGlass app.
As promised, the November update also adds the ability to share information from your Xbox to Twitter
. Want to share a game clip? Simply have your Xbox linked to your Twitter account and the option will be available through the Share option from then on. There are quite a few more updates and improvements included in the November update which we won’t cover here now, but if you want a more detailed look, be sure to check out the source link down below, or check out Major Nelson’s video for another brief overview:
Source: Xbox Wire