Another big update to the Xbox One featured in the May update is 120Hz Video Refresh Rate Support. Here's what you need to know before installing. It's been in testing with Insiders since then, but today, the update is available for everyone, according to Microsoft's Brad Rossetti. Accordingly, we've updated an earlier version of this post to remove reference to the Group feature for My Games and Apps. The May update is the last one before E3, which is always a time when Microsoft could reveal groundbreaking new features or major overhauls. It's set to roll out on July 24, which will also mark the game's first release on Xbox One. You'll also notice that some games will no longer stutter and tear if you choose this output on your monitor.
To start, Xbox One owners will now be able to link their Discord and Xbox Live accounts for easier social interaction.
Xbox Live and Discord integration: Xbox Live users can now sign into their Discord accounts. Here, you will see a new option for linking your Discord account. You can also link via the Discord app on PC or Mobile. If you like to steam with music in the background, it's now possible to selectively balance the game audio against background music within the Guide. Previously, you would have had to switch to the Upload Studio to make a quick cut to your saved clips.
Starting with the May Xbox One update you'll be able to trim your recent game captures and share them on Twitter from the in-game Guide.
Microsoft has more details about these upgrades and changes on its blog right here. And finally, with the new intuitive button commands, you can use the "View" button on Home to edit the order of blocks or reorder items within Groups.