Microsoft Finally Fixes Skype Notifications, New Feature Delivers Chat Notifications To The Device That You’re Currently Using

Microsoft has finally fixed the multi-device notification issue. I’m sure you must have experienced the never ending notifications on all the Skype clients when you are using it on only on devices. tActive endpoint is a new feature designed to only deliver chat notifications to the device that you’re currently using.

 How it works

If you are signed in to Skype on multiple devices (a laptop, tablet and a smartphone) and you are sending chat messages to a group of friends from your tablet. Skype will only send new message notifications to your tablet and not to any of your other devices. All of your other devices will remain blissfully silent.  You can continue to focus on the most important thing, your conversations, without being disturbed by the bleeping and buzzing from all of your other devices.

The moment you stop actively using Skype on any device, all devices will receive notifications again to make sure you never miss anything important. When you pick up any one of your devices to respond, we will stop send notifications to all other devices. Call notifications are still sent to all devices so you can answer on whichever gadget you prefer, not just the one you’re closest to.

Though the delivery of notifications is targeted and personalized to your own device usage, your chat history continues to sync across all devices allowing you to continue a conversation from any one of them.

We are currently rolling the active endpoint enhancement over the next few weeks so you should notice (or not notice ?) this new feature soon. To make sure that you get the full active endpoint experience, please make sure that all of your devices are running the most up-to-date versions of Skype. You can do this either by visiting or visiting the relevant app store and tapping upgrade/install.  As always, we’re keen to hear your feedback and ideas for Skype here, and to get the latest news and tips, follow us on Twitter and Facebook, or join us on the Skype Community.

Source: Skype

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