Tracking achievements in your game on Xbox One and Windows 10
Many games are available not only for your Xbox One, but across all Windows 10 devices. When you're signed in with your Microsoft account, your game progress saves to the cloud. So, if you're in the middle of a game on your console and are interrupted, you can pick it up on your Windows 10 PC right where you left off.
To see and manage your achievements on Xbox One
To check your achievements progress on a game you’re currently playing, press the Xbox button to open the guide and select Achievements.
You can choose to see locked achievements you haven’t earned yet, or achievements you’ve already unlocked. Select any achievement for more options. Press the X button button on an achievement to make it a favorite and move it to the top of the list. To see your and your friends' gamerscore leaderboard rather than the achievements for your current game, select Gamerscore leaderboard.
To display your progress while you play, select Turn achievement tracker on and choose the location of the tracker, the number of achievements to track (up to 5), and the tracker transparency. If you want to change it, select Configure tracker.
If you’re not currently playing a game, you can access all your achievements by pressing the Xbox button to open the guide and selecting Achievements. Choose Next achievements for those you’re closest to unlocking, or Recent achievements for the ones most recently unlocked.
To see your achievements on a Windows 10 device
To see your achievements on any Windows 10 device, select the Start button, and then open the Xbox app. Select My games from the menu, choose the game, and then select Achievements. Pick individual achievements to see a brief description about how to unlock them.
You can also open the menu within the Xbox app and select Achievements for a list of all your achievements.
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