An Easier Way To Contact An Xbox Ambassador
Today the awesome implementation team from the official Xbox forum and support announced a new recommended way to contact an Xbox Community Ambassador if you’re in need of help.
Because of the ever evolving awesomeness of the community volunteers that are the Xbox Ambassador’s and their great knowledge behind all aspects of the Xbox infrastructure and hardware, the implementation team have now added the Ambassadors to the “Contact Us” page to help with accessory issues including Kinect. Continue Reading
Being the only website (that we know of) keeping the Xbox Community in the loop with the Xbox 360 Community Ambassador Program we thought we should let you know about the recent changes made on November the 20th from our good friend Mr Fitzer @Xbox Support.
A Note From The Editor:
If you are wondering what the Ambassador program is all about and your interested in signing up after reading through our informative posts, then please find out how to apply at the bottom of any of the articles.
The Xbox Community Ambassador Program has today announced a special holiday challenge for all active Ambassadors this year, in which Ambassadors can earn an exclusive Xbox Community Ambassadors Holiday Sweater!
To earn this item, Ambassadors must earn at least 250 XP between December 15th (12:01 AM PST) and January 1st (12:01 AM PST).
If you would like to track your progress, check your profile on Saturday, December 15th and make a note of your total XP – once you have at least 250 more XP than that, you’ll be good to go! The Xbox Ambassador team will then send challenge completion notifications and Ambassador Holiday Sweaters within a week of the challenge’s end, so be sure to look for your prize then. Continue Reading
Today the Xbox Community Ambassador Program got some serious revamp work to both the new home website (can only be viewed if you change your settings to the United states site) and the program itself.
With the Introduction of an internal Ambassador level rating system which is worked out by the help you give other Xbox LIVE users…not only by the Chat feature as before but now by your posts in the Support forums.
From what we have seen amongst the forums so far there is still a non level badge around, whether or not this is a glitch or error we are yet to find out, but rest be assured we have messaged the Ambassador Program administrator to find out the whats happening with that.
The levels range from 1 to 10 with the number now being placed within the forum badge its self on the lower right hand corner of the Official Xbox Forum Gamer card which you can see below; Continue Reading
Among the Xbox Community Ambassador Program there are many members of all walks of life, from military personnel to nurses, police officers to office folk like you and I, and the occasional coder. Recently within the Xbox Ambassador program, but not directly involved as staff, a group of Ambassadors have gathered together over the internet to create what looks to be an amazing feature. It’s called SNAP, Super Ninja Ambassador Portal and if accepted by Microsoft/Xbox Community developers, it will be alongside the Ambassador program as a platform for Xbox Ambassadors to help members in need. Continue Reading