Xbox One update rolling out to the public today adds Do Not Disturb, Next Achievements, and more

After weeks of testing from Xbox Insiders, update 1802 is ready to go public. Brad Rossetti from the Xbox Preview Program team announced that the update started rolling out today at 8AM PST.

Among the new features that everyone can look forward to are Next Achievements, Mini Game Hubs, and a Do Not Disturb option. Details about the update from the Xbox support website can be read below.

Game hubs in the guide

Now game hub information is available right from the guide. Check on things like upcoming achievements, Looking for Groups posts, and friends currently playing your game without having to leave the action.

Distraction subtraction

Need some “me” time? Set your online status to “Do not disturb,” which suppresses notifications and lets your friends know that maybe it’s time to back off a little.

Plan your achievement attack

Next achievements in the guide lets you target specific achievements to unlock. Sort by close, common, rare, most common rare, and highest gamerscore.

More options for inactivity

Previously, you could set your Xbox to turn off after one or six hours of inactivity. We thought we’d give some other numbers a shot. Now you can also choose options for two, three, four, and five hours of inactivity.

While 1802 also added scheduled themes for Insiders, it does not appear to be there for the public at the time of writing. I can confirm as I have updated my console to the latest build.

If your console is in Instant On mode, the update will download automatically while in standby. For others, you can manually begin the update by launching the Guide and navigating to All Settings > System > Updates.

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