Microsoft has today detailed the official Xbox Update for May 2022, which admittedly is quite a small one this time around, with just two features making the cut - stories on the Xbox app for Android and iOS, and QoS tagging.
Xbox Insiders have got access to more features, but they clearly aren't ready for a public rollout just yet.
Here's a brief overview of what's on the way, with more details available at Xbox Wire:
Create, share, and view stories with the Xbox app for Android and iOS
"Now in Australia and coming to more Xbox supported regions soon, your activity feed is getting revamped for the Xbox App. Stories lets you showcase your skills and keep up to date with your friends. You can share your favorite gaming moments including game clips, screenshots, and achievements with your friends and the Xbox community. You can also reply to your friends’ stories with a message or a quick reaction."
Add priority tags for your gaming experiences with Quality of Service (QoS) Tagging
"Quality of Service (QoS) tagging is a new service for Xbox consoles and sets priority tags on latency-sensitive outbound networking traffic such as party chat, console streaming, and multiplayer (in supported games). This helps protect your gaming experience from connection issues during times of congestion on supported networks.
In the Settings app under General, Network settings, Advanced settings you’ll see a new button for QoS Tagging Settings. Under QoS Tagging Settings, there are two options: DSCP Tagging Enabled and WMM Tagging Enabled."
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