Xbox One screenshot sharing on the way
Microsoft's support for the Xbox One has been great. I'm not talking about games (though that's been nice too), but support as in updates. Since the system's release in November of last year, updates to the Xbox One have been both consistent and frequent, each adding more and more user-requested features. And it doesn't look like Microsoft is slowing down any time soon. In fact, the company is already working on the ability to share in-game screenshots, according to Phil Spencer, the head of Xbox.
Responding to a fan on Twitter, Spencer said screenshot sharing is "[on] the list for the monthly updates" and that the "team is making great progress." Spencer also added that more features are coming to the Xbox One. Though we'll likely hear about some of these features at Microsoft's media briefing on Monday, June 9, Spencer said the focus of E3 will be "on console gaming."
Earlier this month, Microsoft outlined the June Xbox One update which will add external storage support among a bunch of other requested features. We don't know what July has in store for us, but Spencer tweeted in April that it "look[s] really good."