Add a "Then" command to Kinect
Let me chain commands for it, like "Xbox, go to Titanfall, then snap TV"
This would be ok, expanding to talking to kinect more naturally, like a conversation with artificial intelligence.
Just like Dragon
Bob YAMADA commented
Then, And, Plus... Whatever, connecting voice command would be nice. It would make Kinect more easy to use.
Zero Black 1988 commented
I've noticed that certain commands require saying "Xbox" after already saying "Xbox".
While it's already listening, we shouldn't have to say "Xbox snap..." or "Xbox go to...".
Even a child, in certain circumstances, doesn't require their name being constantly being called.
Not having to repeat the starting command...."xbox (action)"...while still on the listening mode would be nice
xBxOxCx ADONiS commented
Would love to see this happen!! please up vote and comment on this with any personal instances! thank you guys!!!!!!!
I love it... but can Kinect handle it? It barely understands even the simple stuff sometimes.
This is a really good call, it's much more natural and less embarrassing then fighting Xbox One between commands when guests are watching/interfering haha
Seems so obvious in hindsight! Great idea.
I like your concept. Please take the following as constructive alternative suggestions.
I'm thinking there might be two scenarios that might get confused which dashboard or app might need to deal with the request.
I'm thinking "then" and "and" might be better suited for piping additional commands into the launched app. Perhaps "plus" could be used to chain two dashboard commands.
1. Xbox launch netflix "plus" snap achievements. This could execute the first command and then execute the second command as another dashboard command.
2. Xbox launch netflix "and" watch <moviename>. This could have the dashboard execute the first part and then pipe the second part into the app for it's part of the work.
3. Xbox start netflix and play <moviename> plus snap xbox music and play <songname>
In my example 2 it might be hard for the app to know if "watch" is to open the TV app or "watch" is requesting the netflix to start a specific movie.
If interpreting the intention of the use was easy "then", "and", and "play" wouldn't need specific context rules and the dashboard could just sort it all out based on what it figured your intention was. I suppose Cortana would be helpful.
I like this idea!
I can get behind this, good idea. Upvoted.
sounds complex, but awesome idea.
Alchemy Sol God commented
I wouldn't mind having this implemented.
That would be such a time saver however it might seem longer depending what game or app your setting up but its sure is a great idea
This would be awesome! Great idea!
Punk Jiggy commented
I thought about this not too long ago. More fluid movement through the menus.