Join Doug Winnie for an in-depth discussion in this video Navigating the home screen, part of Up and Running with Xbox One.
The Xbox home screen is where you'll land…when the Xbox first starts up.…Here is where you'll begin to navigate…to your apps and games and control settings…and other parameters for your Xbox and account.…The Xbox home screen has a few parts…that are displayed on the screen.…The main part of the display are showing tiles…that represent apps, games, or tools for your account.…These tiles, when highlighted, show a white border…and when selected, are launched on your Xbox.…Let's move our attention to the very top.…
In the upper left hand corner, there's a globe icon,…and sometimes, a number appears here.…These are notifications for you.…When you accomplish a specific feat in a game or an app,…it's called an Xbox accomplishment, or achievement.…When you get an accomplishment,…they are displayed as messages on the display…and are also placed in this area.…When you purchase or download apps, as they are installed,…you'll get a notification added to this area as well.…To the right of this is the account control.…
This will allow you to sign in or out…
- Connecting and powering up the Xbox One
- Working with games and apps
- Signing up for Xbox Live
- Using Xbox with your TV
- Controlling Xbox One with your voice
- Messaging friends
- Using OneDrive with Xbox One
Skill Level Appropriate for all
1. What's New in December 2014
2. Unpacking and Setup
3. The Xbox One Interface
4. Using Xbox One with Your Digital TV
5. Using Xbox One
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