Each profile gets the image, a gamerpic. Whenever the mood strikes, you are able to change it.
At long before the Xbox group has added an attribute to the Xbox One button, this can be just another portion of the continuing Creators Update development, that makes it possible for gamers and team owners to utilize a customized picture to symbolize their profile/club to others.
This is now accessible to Xbox Insiders from the Alpha Preview Ring and should continue to roll out to additional Xbox Insider rings over the upcoming several days. In the end, it is going to become a normal part of their Xbox One console for all users.
Personally, I really like the notion of utilizing a customized image for my Xbox One profile because I am now able to standardize my image/avatar across all channels which is my preference. Don’t get me wrong, I like my Xbox Avatar along with the customization options which are accessible but I like the thought of moving past these limited options. Nowadays everything is all about personalization.
Now in the attributes development, grabbing an image in the OneDrive cloud based storage is not supported so that you need to use a USB drive as suggested in the manual from Microsoft. I’d anticipate this to be encouraged in the long run because the console already supports obtaining your own cloud storage through the OneDrive program.
Here are the instructions from Microsoft to Insiders on the way you use a custom picture on your profile avatar or your own Club.