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Add ability to hide "featured" servers from list and expired realms

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    ShadowDrakken commented
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    Agreed, I'd much prefer to have my custom servers first and foremost when I go to play.

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    CMSucro commented
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    I also dont want them because my kids go to them and theres no command to disable chat

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    Dannr88 commented
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    I would also like to see an option to hide these/remove the tab in Minecraft PE (maybe they should be hidden by default due to age being rated 6 and up?!).
    Whilst the server moderators are doing a good job and Xbox live privacy settings block the featured servers, my friends children were able to get around these restrictions by not being signed into Xbox and manually adding a server!

    All featured/manual servers should be restricted and hidden at the start, we need the ability to delete them completely and maybe have further age/mobile text verification for safeguarding young children. (Yes I know this might annoy some of the older players, but we need to protect the youngest players first.)

    For instance, I want to be able to set up a restricted Xbox Live account for my kids and their cousins to be able to play together over Live (because they aren't always together in one house, with their devices to play over LAN).

    However, it seems they can't play over Live without being given full open access to online; which includes the servers. The option to play xbox multiplayer is either allow or block and no option for just friends (Microsoft probably need to handle this one too).
    Although when it is set to block they can see each other online on Minecraft, press invite, but they can't actually join each other's worlds as it specifies they can't play online in a message.

    On the other hand if the servers were hidden they would be able to play online by inviting their approved friends (thanks to Xbox having an option for parents to authorise friend requests) to play in their created worlds, whilst also blocking Realms and in app purchasing.

    Keeping Minecraft friends and family connected, wherever they are, just as if they were playing on LAN together.

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    I just need help fixing my privacy issues

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    Really feels like it's necessary, just kind of pointless to have them in the way, if you aren't going to play on them.

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    ballon6oy21 commented
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    You can cancel expired realms and it doesn't appear

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    Really important feature. We have a server set up for a small group of 8 years olds to play on. They need to be able to access that server. But not be able to access any other server that pops up in the dialogue. Please prioritise this.

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    I would love to be able to limit the kids to my own server or a know server of my choice!

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    heypenno commented
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    Yes, this. Completely irrelevant for me. Or at least put them down the bottom (under any custom servers that have been added).