Your Xbox One is getting a 'do not disturb' feature
Jan 09 2018 by Michele Stevens
Mini Game Hubs provide an easy way to see friends who are now playing, upcoming Achievements, Looking for Group posts, and more.
The feature is coming to Xbox Insider members as of now and will be coming to all other users in the near future.
Other features in the current preview update include improvements to the Xbox Guide which will show closest achievable Achievements and a Mini Games Hub for quick info and highlights about the game being played.
While playing a match or watching a movie if someone invites you to a game the screen comes down with the notification. Although the feature has been waited by the user for a long time but still now its here for good.
The Guide will also soon be the location for mini Game Hubs where you'll be able to access some of the features of the main Game Hubs without being taken out of the game.
The biggest changes of today's update affect the Xbox Guide, with two new widgets that increase information served within the pop-out menu. Then you can launch the appropriate game right from there. Mini Game Hubs provide an easy way to see friends who are now playing, upcoming Achievements, Looking for Group posts, and more.
This is a handy feature for those that don't want interruptions while focusing on their game. There is now a "Do not disturb" online status that blocks notifications while also telling your friends that you're not available.
The community feed will be tweaked so the most recent comments will be displayed first, and players will also be able to see who has liked their comments. In the next few hours, gamers in the Alpha pool will be able to download it.