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Major Nelson gives some Xbox One tips and tricks


12:15 PM on 12.05.2013



This informational Xbox One video from Xbox Live's Major Nelson is proof that I'll click just about anything with "tips and tricks" in the title. I don't own the console and by the time I eventually do, these tidbits will have long since left my memory. And yet, I'm watching this as if I'm about to be given a pop quiz on the subject.

If you haven't brushed up on the literature, there is some insight to be gained. Using the context-sensitive menu button while in the party app to make the group invite-only, for example, is valuable to know. Same goes for double tapping the Xbox button to switch between apps.

Xbox One Tips and Tricks [Major Nelson]






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