Xbox.com user profiles are getting an overhaul soon, and with these updates comes the ability to view Xbox One profiles on the web. That of course means viewing and comparing Achievements with friends -- nothing new there -- but there's also going to be a feed that shows game clips you've captured, which should prove useful. You can see others' videos as well.
Nothing terribly exciting, but some nice functionality to have in place. There's more to come, too: "These changes mark the beginning of a number of community-requested features on Xbox.com," says Xbox Live's Larry Hryb.
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