Xbox One owners can now download the new Community Calendar app, which gives users the ability to quickly keep track of various events, new game releases and more. Once you're in the Community Calendar app, if you see something that catches your eye, you can then select that event to see more details and easily jump into the related app, whether it be Twitch or the game store.
Though the app has been available in beta form for Xbox One Preview members for quite a while, Xbox's Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb announced that it is now available for all, so you should be able to download it on your Xbox One now.
Source: Major Nelson
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