What you need to know
- The latest Skype Insider build has a new feature called "Meet Now."
- The feature allows you to easily invite anyone to a Skype call, including people who don't have Skype accounts.
- The recent update also allows you to edit and view videos and photos before sending them.
The latest Skype Insider build has a new feature called "Meet Now" that makes it easy to invite anyone to a Skype call. With the feature, you can create a link to a call that can be shared with anyone, including people who don't have a Skype account. As pointed out by OnMSFT, Meet Now also creates a group chat for anyone that has a Skype account.
A post from Microsoft (opens in new tab) breaks down all of the new features in the latest build,
In addition to the Meet Now feature, the latest preview build also adds the ability to edit and review photos and videos before sending them through Skype.
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That seems really useful.
That's a Skype for business feature I'm glad they finally brought it to Skype it took them long enough.
The Skype team is saying they are listening to feedback and the app is still a crap, slow like hell and the chat list is a f*** mess with text message and phone calls all mixed together.
Slow? That has not been my experience on PC or my Android phone.
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