After much feedback from the community, Xbox's new updates for May go live today. Quality of life updates also make a debut as console owners will gain additional refresh rate options, enabling them to take full advantage of displays with 120Hz capabilities. After linking, you'll notice that your Xbox Live stats will be shared on Discord, so your friends and users there can see what you're playing. You'll need to head to the linked social accounts settings menu on Xbox one to find this option. This is double the 60Hz top end that the Xbox One supported previously. Secondly, they've also added a "Details" page in family settings so parents can better leverage their controls on Xbox One.
Quick video trimming: If you capture a clip with Xbox One, you can now trim its length without having to open a separate app. Apart from the 1440p resolution and auto low latency mode on your console, you can now turn on 120Hz support for 1080p and 1440p output resolutions if you own a supported monitor or television.
If you've been waiting to play No Man's Sky on XBox One, you'll be happy to hear that it's headed your way on July 24th.
In the Guide, users can now trim game clips, meaning that you no longer have to switch to the Upload Studio. Parents will easily be able to tell which family and content settings are set up and configured. And finally, with the new intuitive button commands, you can use the "View" button on Home to edit the order of blocks or reorder items within Groups. It can also give you more capture options on the Guide screen. This allows users to switch from one game to another easily.
"The Xbox Accessories app has been modernized to make it easier to navigate, and to look and feel more consistent with the rest of the Xbox One dashboard".