Introduced into Minecraft version 1.17.10 you now have three world upload slots! You can upload up to 3 worlds to your Minecraft Realm and they can each have different settings. Only one world can be active at a time and Realms owners can easily switch between worlds. Members would be kicked from the current world and when they rejoin are automatically placed in the new active world. Here is a walkthrough I made of the new feature to Minecraft Realms.
In this video I am showing you how to transfer your Minecraft world from one device to another.
In this video I show you how to join a Minecraft Realm.
In this video I help you figure out why you can’t join a Minecraft Realm.
In this video I show you how to create a Minecraft Realm (24/7 Private Server). This can be done on Xbox, PC, Mobile and Nintendo Switchand now Playstation. I really do recommend creating a Minecraft Realm for a family or group of friends.
In this video I show you how to upload a local Minecraft worlds to a Realm.
When you create a Minecraft Realm you are given the option to enable coordinates but the option is not visible in the settings after that. You can however enable coordinates via commands. Only the owner and operators can enable coordinates and cheats do not need to be enabled so your achievements are still obtainable.
Step 1: Open the Chat
Step 2: Type /gamerule showcoordinates true
Step 3: Click ‘Enter’
Here’s my video where I show a complete walkthrough of enabling coordinates and pvp on a Minecraft Realm.
Step 1: Go to account.microsoft.com/services
Step 2: Find the subscription you want to cancel and choose manage
Step 3: Click Cancel subscription or Stop Recurring Billing
Step 4: Click Confirm to complete cancellation
To play on Minecraft Realms you need two privacy settings to be enabled (Join multiplayer and create and join clubs) . It isn’t very obvious and sometimes error messages aren’t very helpful. There are two ways to update your settings, on your Xbox or on Xbox.com. Here I will show you how to change your privacy settings on your Xbox.
Step 1: Press the Guide button and go to Settings
Step 2: Click on “Online safety and family”
Step 3: Click Privacy & online safety
Step 4: Click Xbox Live privacy
Step 5: Click on Friends & clubs and set “You can create and join clubs” to Allow
Step 6: Click on Communication & multiplayer and set “You can join multiplayer games” to Allow
As of Minecraft Bedrock v1.16.1 you can kick or ban Minecraft Realm members if you are the owner of the Realm. Operators can only kick a player at the time of this article. You can remove/ban members via the member list in the realm settings, player list while in the realm or commands.
You can quickly remove/block members via the member list in the realm settings. Removing members will allow a player to rejoin if they have the share link/code. Blocking will not allow a player to rejoin until they are removed from the block list.
Click realm settings in the Worlds tab.
Click the “Members” button on the left to see the realm member list.
Click the minus button next to the member you want to remove.
Click Remove or Block from the options.
You can quickly remove or block a player while actually in the realm by accessing the player list.
Click pause, esc, or the menu button.
Click the player permissions button next to the player you want to kick or ban.
Click /, chat or right on the dpad
Type /kick gamertag then reason or message (remember kicking allows the player to rejoin if they have the share link/code)
Here’s the video I made if you want to see the commands in action. Drop me a comment if you need any help or have any further questions. I’m FNT, peace!