Minecraft is great but why not take our server worlds and save them in our flash\Usb drive instead of just the 360 edition. They should try this on all the versions of Minecraft even console editions, sometimes I just want to go on my huge world on the xbox one edition and I want to try it on the computer. Also they should keep the world to how you made it instead of going to creative all the time, if I set it to survival on my console and play it on a pc they should keep it as it is, Survival version. If you think people are going to steal your world on a console or something just set a password or an agreement some how. Does anyone know a way to do that? This would be an alright idea I say.
I thought you can just transfer the world to your flashdrive/usb drive and then remove the flashdrive/usb from your current device then transfer the data from flashdrive/usb to your other device. Isn't this already possible?
It might cause inconsistencies since each version is different. Your survival pc world will cause issues when playing on bedrock edition or console edition. As for the stealing issue, perhap the world can't be transfered unless the original device grant permission(typically by inserting a password, although a simple confirmation button is also useful). Only when the second device have been granted permission it can obtain the world.
Plus, minecraft edition are written in different language. While your bedrock world has this format and this programming language, transfering it to your pc will cause issue since pc has different format and programming language.