Skype finally brings Call Recording to Android, iOS, and Mac

Windows 10 version coming within weeks

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Skype finally brings Call Recording to Android, iOS, and MacSkype has finally added the much sought call recording functionality. The new development is a part of the latest version of Skype and available on all supported platforms except Windows 10. Users on Windows 10 will need to wait for sometime to avail call recording on their desktops and notebooks as Microsoft is set to bring the cloud-based feature “in the coming months.”

“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,” the Skype team announced.

To start recording calls on the Mac-based desktop, you need to click the “+” sign and then select the Start recording option. On mobile devices running Android or iOS, you can begin the recording by tapping the “+” sign and then selecting the Start recording button. Skype will show a banner on your screen to let everyone in the video call know that you’ve started recording the conversation.

You can post the recorded calls to your chat within 30 days. Further, everyone on the call has been provided with the ability to save the recording locally. You can also share the recording with your contacts at any time during the 30-day period.

To save the recorded Skype calls, click the three-dot More options button from your chat and then select Save to Downloads option. This helps you save your recorded calls directly to the downloads folder. Alternatively, you can select the Save as option on your desktop and then navigate to the folder to save the recording to your specific destination.

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. The recording will automatically download and save to your device’s camera roll. Skype saves the recordings in MP4 format.

Call recording is completely cloud-based and is coming to Windows 10 with the latest version of Skype releasing in the coming weeks.

Via Skype

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