Latest Skype update allows you to easily setup calls with non-Skype users

Microsoft today announced the release of Skype?Insider build?8.55.76.124. This new build comes with a brand new feature called Meet Now. The new Meet Now feature will allow you to make a call with someone who does not use Skype. With this new feature, you can set up a call on Skype and share a link to others. Even if the recipient is not on Skype, he or she can join the call using the link. This update also brings improved photo sharing experience on Android. Skype for Android now allows you to edit and review photos and videos before sharing them on Skype. Read about other improvements in the build below.

General fixes and improvements:

  • Brazil timezone is now correctly showing times in the application
  • Tray icon on desktop is no longer showing as offline after startup
  • Resolved an issue where using “Save as…” for files did not work
  • Added support for System Dark Theme detection on Windows 10
  • App notarization for MacOS 10.15

Split view mode improvements:

  • Settings window gets correctly reopened when minimized
  • Split view mode is persisted between logins
  • Split view can be enabled and disabled in the Appearance settings
  • Location sharing in Split view mode now works as expected

Source: Skype

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