Once you've added blocks, you can remove or change the order of the blocks as you see fit.
Microsoft has rolled out this year's Xbox One Fall Update, providing gamers with more ways of customizing their console.
It should now be "faster and easier" to move left and right through the horizontal tabs by flicking the left thumbstick or bumpers.
Microsoft has announced that the Fall 2017 Update for Xbox One has started rolling out, introducing a range of new features, including new Home personalisation options, a faster Guide, and a suite of other new functions, including groundwork for the arrival of Xbox One X in November. They can add their favorite games, friends list, and more with a new concept called blocks.
Microsoft also extended the number of shortcuts, or "pins", that you can have on the screen at any one time.
With the enhanced notification system, when your Xbox One is idle, time-sensitive activities and status are visible from far away. The Game Hub Welcome tab was also redesigned with new feature that gives a summary of a game's great content.
These Xbox One X features include the ability to transfer the content from your external HDD on your existing console to the new one next month. Fortunately, the new Fall Update allows users to back up their games and settings onto an external hard drive.
You'll be able to sort and filter your Installed and Ready to Install games library to find Xbox One X Enhanced titles.
Here's how network transfer for the Xbox One X will work.
You can copy your games to an external disk, ready to load onto your Xbox One X. This enables players to get into touch with the official and community tournaments that they have already joined.
The Broadcast & Capture tab in Guide is also now more deeply integrated with Mixer. Getting to the content you want should be easier now, and involved less fiddling around in menus that first need to be found on the previously messy dash.
Let's see how this update matches to the better together one, which was the previous major release.