We’re looking for Xbox Insiders interested in joining our Alpha Skip-Ahead ring! The Alpha Skip-Ahead ring currently has the latest 2004 OS build (2004.190918-1920), which is one of the next major releases expected to come to Xbox One.
Typically, this ring’s builds may not come to GA (general availability) for quite some time, and they can contain different features from other preview rings. In a previous post, we expanded our definition of what members of this ring are likely to experience: ...
The Xbox Insider team receives reports from this community every day. The Xbox One Update Preview builds you’re running, and the feedback you provide us, helps make big things happen on Xbox One!
With a new year on the horizon for Xbox, we want to take a step back and show Xbox Insiders what it’s like to be on our side of the process. So, what happens after you submit your feedback?
The Feedback Process
Reported issues give us end-goals and ways to move upwards. The Xbox One console family is...
The following graphics were made by me for the Xbox Insider blog, for our daily Xbox One console release notes. Assets were taken from previous congruent branding and our official team logo in order to add color and dynamic imagery to the front page of our blog.
The images vary between focused/blurred colorful shapes to flat images with harsh shadowing, akin to sharp cell shading.
In June of 2018, we announced the addition of Alpha Skip-Ahead to our existing Xbox One Update Preview rings. The goal was to allow gamers to provide feedback for Xbox One builds or features long before we expect to release them to the general public. Thanks to our most enthusiastic members that goal is becoming a reality.
Because we’ve seen confusion regarding the difference between rings, we hope this post will help you understand the purpose of each one.
Xbox Insider Program Rings
As of Au...
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