Skype has announced the addition of a call recording feature to all of its apps, except for Windows 10. The new feature is available in the iOS and macOS versions of the app.
When we added video to Skype calls over ten years ago, the ability to share important moments with loved ones took a big step forward. Today, we’re introducing call recording to help capture special moments in a Skype call with your loved ones or record important meetings with your colleagues.
Call recording is completely cloud-based and is now available on the latest version of Skype and on most platforms, except Windows 10. Call recording is coming to Windows 10 with the latest version of Skype releasing in the coming weeks.
To start a recording, Skype users will simply tap the “+” icon and then tap “Start recording” on both desktop and mobile versions of the app.
When a user begins recording, all participants on the call will see an alert that the call is being recorded. If you are on a video call, Skype will record everyone’s video as well as any screens shared during the call. After the call, you can save and share the recorded call for the next 30 days.
For more information about the new feature, click here.