You're probably aware of the ability to share Xbox captures via OneDrive, but there's a good chance you don't take advantage all that often. That may change soon, as the feature is getting some much-needed improvements.
Some Xbox Insiders are now testing the ability to not only transfer a large batch of captures over to OneDrive, but also activate automatic uploads to the service every time they choose to share a clip or screenshot over the internet.
You can see a look at this in action courtesy of The Verge's Tom Warren below (and above!):
And here's how Microsoft and the team at Xbox describes the feature:
"You can now choose to have your game clips and screenshots automatically upload to your OneDrive Cloud Storage! You can enable this in Settings > Preferences > Capture & share, under the Automatic uploads section.
Alongside the option to automatically upload new captures, we’ve created a wizard to help you back up your existing Xbox Network clips to OneDrive or an external drive. You can find this in the Captures app."
We're expecting this to go live for everyone in the near future, so you'll soon be able to make OneDrive your default solution for uploading captures. Of course, the old way of uploading to the Xbox Network will still be an option too!