Xbox One users can now set Cortana reminders and alarms for their game sessions

Madeleine Dean By: Madeleine Dean
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The Xbox One console recently received a major update, revealing the first set of Windows 10 Creators Update features. Microsoft is planning to further improve the Xbox One gaming experience by adding a series of new features that will enhance the platform’s performance along with the social interaction between gamers.This translates into a better Xbox One experience since you’ll be able to launch your favorite games and connect with your friends faster than ever before.

Cortana now alerts you about your upcoming gaming sessions

Cortana is going to play a major role in the future of the Xbox One. Microsoft’s personal assistant will make sure you won’t miss out on any of your gaming sessions and like this, players can now better plan their gaming sessions by setting game reminders and alarms.

The good news is that Xbox Insiders will get the chance to test even more of Cortana’s new features in the coming weeks.

There are a series of new Cortana updates to make your Xbox One smarter. In this update, you can set reminders and alarms so you don’t miss gaming sessions. In the coming weeks, we will be releasing more Cortana updates to enhance your gaming experience even more as well as continued performance and reliability updates.

Use a simple command such as “Hey, Cortana, remind me to start Resident Evil 7 at 8 p.m.” and you won’t ever miss out on a match with friends again.

The Redmond giant promises to bring hundreds of Xbox One improvements to the table. If you’re curious to test them out before Microsoft rolls them to the general public, you can enroll in the Xbox Insider Program. The latest Xbox One build is currently available only to a small subset of gamers and the rest of the Xbox Insider Program will receive these features in the coming weeks.

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