Xbox.com shifts Friends list back to single page

By Patrick Garratt, Tuesday, 30 September 2008 19:25 GMT

Following overnight downtime for Xbox Live, Xbox.com has reappeared with a blockbuster new feature: all your Friends are now on one page.

Apparently Microsoft split Friends lists into separate pages a few months ago in a redesign. we say “apparently,” because this passed us by, unfortunately.

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