It has also decluttered the mobile app interface and switched to three buttons for Chats, Calls, and Contacts along the bottom, removing Highlights and Capture.
As the name suggests, Call Recording lets users, well, record calls.
To start recording calls on the Mac-based desktop, you need to click the "+" sign and then select the Start recording option. The feature will be available for all platforms now, except Windows 10. Call recording is available on most platforms, including Android. The '+' button is same on both mobile desktop apps.
You can post the recorded calls to your chat within 30 days.
After over ten years of offering video call service, Skype is finally letting users record and save their video calls.
When Skype begins to record, it notifies all participants with a banner at the top of the screen displaying a recording symbol and the length of the recording. You can get free call recording for 14 days and after that you have to upgrade to a premium account to use it.
To record a conversation, simply click on the appropriate option and you'll see a notification about the beginning of the video recording. But why would you want this option anyway? On mobile devices, you just need to tap and hold the recorded call in the chat and then tap Save from the pop-up menu.
Whether you're just having fun, taking notes, or recording a podcast (because who wants to talk to someone without seeing them?), Skype's new recording features couldn't have arrived fast enough.
If anyone desires to save a recorded call on his PC then he can also do that, by selecting the "Save as" option on his computer and then navigate the folder where he wishes to save the recording specifically. Further, everyone on the call has been provided with the ability to save the recording locally. During that period, participants can download and save the recording as an MP4 file to their computer.