Selecting the "Do Not Disturb" option will change your online status and thus avoid being distracted by the notifications that appear on the screen. It's accessible from the Guide and is a cross-games list of upcoming Achievements. There are sort filters that allow you to prioritize next Achievements by closest, most common, rarest, most common rare, and highest Gamerscore.
The Xbox One is set to get a new "Do Not Disturb" feature that'll tell players' friends that they're far too busy to deal with their crap right now.
Mini Game Hubs: Soon to be available in the Guide. With this feature, you'll be able to access content for the games you've played recently from a Game Hub without ever having to leave the current game you're playing. This is a handy feature for those that don't want interruptions while focusing on their game. It will show you need-to-know information without leaving your game such as online friends, upcoming Achievements, Looking for Group requests, and more.
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Among the groups that are banned include Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP), American Muslims for Palestine (AMP), Code Pink and Friends of al-Aqsa (FOA).
The update also tweaked the community feed to make it easier to view comments. You'll also be able to see who has liked your comments. You'll now be able to choose from one, two, three, four, five or six hours of inactivity for the system to power down.
According to Windows Central, the new program will be through a subdomain of Xbox Live called Career.XboxLive.com (*which isn't live yet) and will work towards facilitating a much more rewarding experience, a game within a game while gamers game on their favourite games - makes sense?
Whether it's something based on Halo or some of Rare's many franchises remains to be seen, but at least it looks like we can look forward to more games for Xbox One than we got past year.