Microsoft had revealed that it is working on a redesign of the Xbox One Dashboard and  has plans to bring more changes to the Xbox One in future updates. Microsoft Mike Ybarra confirmed in an interview that Content Block would be introduced in Xbox One and would allow Xbox users to pin specific content to dashboards.

The Content Block idea gives gamers the ability to customize the home that apps and game developers will embrace along with the customers. The company is planning a Twitter integration on the dashboard which resembles the Live Tiles which were first introduced with Windows 8 devices and Windows Phones.

The Live tile allowed users to display live and updated content directly from the Start Screen. The Redmond Giant has continued with the Live Tiles on its Windows 10 and Windows Phone and is in plans of introducing the Live Tiles for Xbox One users.

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