I'm not really sure how you guys and gals can do these kinds of things every day. It seems like a lot of work and a bunch of different hoops you need to jump through in order to get these points. Do a certain amount of searches on an app and then get on your Xbox and play a bunch of certain games and then click on some other things etc.
How long do you usually spend every day getting these points? People have gotten 30000 points or whatever this month alone and I'm wondering just how many hours they have spent doing this.
It really doesn't take long for most of the quests. If you have a basic achievement quest for any game, you just have to know which games will yield easy and quick achievements. Or just play something you've been wanting to play, and achievements tend to come naturally. I ignore most of the online only achievements and still usually get the 1000 point completionist reward.
Some are more trouble than others though. The Elder Scrolls online achievements come to mind. Would rather have replayed Skyrim. Most of the achievement-based quests are being replaced by specific in-game actions, which is extremely helpful for those who like to complete the games they play.
Searching for the day only takes about 5 minutes though. All in all though, you could probably average less than 15 minutes a day and complete the majority of given quests.