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Game Pass Allow Access to Info - Feature Request

Whilst I am very impressed with the Windows PC Game Pass app there is one feature that I would love to see added, a global setting that allows access to information for any game you install. As in the image below, if you have not previously installed a game on PC Game Pass app and install it for the firs time this pops up. 

Now, you would think this would happen just once, the first time you install the Game Pass Windows App, you allow access to information and that is it, all the games are allowed access to your information. However, this is not the case, every single time you install a game that you have not previously installed this window appears and is annoying.

Whilst a relatively minor issue, it would be great if, in terms of future updates to the app, that they would consider adding a global setting to allow you to automatically accept this, without the window popping up very time.



I can understand that this probably relates to parental control, so if you install the PC Game Pass app for your kids you can keep track of what games they have installed. However, I do feel there must be a better solution than what is currently the case.


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