You can see your friends achievements in the Oculus app on your mobile, but not your own achievement (which is bizarre!). Here's how;
1. Open the Oculus app on your mobile phone. 2. Select the Social icon at the bottom of the app. 3. Select a friend from the scroll list 4. Displayed from top to bottom; - Friends profile pic and Oculus avatar - Apps: horizontal scroll list of all apps owned by that friend. These could be GearVR, Quest or Rift. - Achievements: vertical scroll list of all achievements on Quest or Rift or GearVR.
Unfortunately there is just a app name and short name (e.g. Dance Central: Gold Crew), but no long description of what that achievement means. Can't find anything either on the net.
Come on Mark Z, sort this out. Why the hell aren't we able to view achievements in a user friendly format on the website so we can go for completion? Using secure.oculus.com is all fine and dandy but I shouldn't need to use a browser addon or python code to strip my achievements from that page. Or make it viewable in the headsets themselves what is still outstanding to unlock and how many hidden achievements if any.
Not sure if this is still a problem, since it seems that the last response was in May, but as far as I'm aware it's always been in the home screen on the right hand side, even before styxgeist sent his message.