Xbox One's November update has begun "rolling out," according to a recent post from Major Nelson. As was previously announced, this update will allow users to customize the background image for each account's dashboard on their console. Profiles can also be updated with locations and bios, as well as up to six game clips or achievements that users would most like to show the world. Speaking of showing the world gaming-related feats, game clips can now be sent to a linked Twitter account, which is listed under the console's share options once it's tied to your Xbox profile.

Regarding marketplace tweaks, this update moves all of the store page's navigation options to the left side of the screen. Changes to the highlighted games section meant to make browsing each category easier are also present. SmartGlass users should notice that Apps have been given their own section in the store, and that Games With Gold and Deals With Gold content can be browsed separately.

As for TV options, those living in the US, Canada and UK should see a Trending tab in OneGuide, which lists the 20 shows that are most popular with the general Xbox audience. Those in the US can browse similar popularity data based on Twitter, as well as browse tweets related to specific shows via the MiniGuide.

You can spot these additions in action by watching Major Nelson's video tour that's waiting for you after the break, or you can scrounge through the bulletpoint list to learn about the update's more minor additions.