The latest Xbox One Preview build is bringing chat history to the Club menu, fixes for Club management, sharing to messages and an issue relating to Quick Tips on the dash board.
The new build should become available from 6 PM PDT. As usual, go to All Settings, System, Console Info & Updates and then hit Update to see if you're eligible for the download.
The full patch notes are as follows (via Xbox (opens in new tab)):
OS version released: rs1_xbox_rel_1610.161007-1900
Available: 6:00PM PDT 10/10 (1:00AM GMT 11/10)
You can now view chat history in the Chat section of the Club menu.
Resolved an issue with Club management navigation when pressing 'B'.
Fixed a user interface issue with feed sharing.
Resolved an issue which caused the Quick Tips tile to disappear from Home while games or apps were being installed.
When viewing Clubs, you may still see the option to start a Club Party even if you are not a Club member.
Club invites may sometimes show up in the Friends list in Guide and may be counted or displayed multiple times.
When browsing the Store, certain apps may be missing for users with their console set to the Singapore region (zh-sg or en-sg). Workaround: To find a specific app, use the Store's search function.
The option to Install a game or app may appear on the corresponding Store page when the game or app is already installed. For this reason, you may also be unable to launch games and apps from a Store page. Workaround: Launch games and apps from My games & apps, pins, or with voice commands.
As always, stay tuned to Windows Central for all the latest Xbox One Preview updates.
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How do you change a club from hidden to private?
Xbox is the best box!
Anyone able to send me an invitation? GT: JoeGould
The update also fixed the text looking like it was using the wrong encoding which made it look garbled for me. :) Thanks MS.
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