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Microsoft has detailed a new feature that will be added to Xbox One soon called Xbox Assist.

“Within Xbox Customer Experience and Support, our goal is to make gamers happy and to help them get the most out of their Xbox experience,” Microsoft explained. “Whether it’s discovering new ways to play, learning tips for maximizing the features you already use, or finding help when something goes wrong, the new Xbox Assist app has you covered.”

Xbox Assist will offer players “guides to new features, how-to videos, suggestions for features that might be valuable to you, and a lot more.”

As well as this, the feature will also “provide personalized notifications and tips based on system, service and account status.” A few examples given include notifications about unclaimed free games, storage space notifications, and tutorials for remapping controller buttons on the Elite controller.

Xbox Assist is available now for select Xbox Insiders to test and will be pushed to all Xbox One owners this fall.

Source: Xbox Wire

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Xbox Assist offers personalized customer support

Xbox One owners can get personalized customer support via this new feature.

By Matthew Bennett | 10/2/2017 09:23 AM PT

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Microsoft has detailed a new feature that will be added to Xbox One soon called Xbox Assist.

“Within Xbox Customer Experience and Support, our goal is to make gamers happy and to help them get the most out of their Xbox experience,” Microsoft explained. “Whether it’s discovering new ways to play, learning tips for maximizing the features you already use, or finding help when something goes wrong, the new Xbox Assist app has you covered.”

Xbox Assist will offer players “guides to new features, how-to videos, suggestions for features that might be valuable to you, and a lot more.”

As well as this, the feature will also “provide personalized notifications and tips based on system, service and account status.” A few examples given include notifications about unclaimed free games, storage space notifications, and tutorials for remapping controller buttons on the Elite controller.

Xbox Assist is available now for select Xbox Insiders to test and will be pushed to all Xbox One owners this fall.

Source: Xbox Wire

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About Matthew Bennett

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89