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Microsoft updates Skype for Web

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Microsoft is on rage once again. This time, they have updated their Skype for Web. This means, Chrome and Edge users will no longer need to download the native Skype application to use the Skype features. This time Microsoft has updated the contents of conversations design panel. This allows easier for the user to keep track of the contents of conversations.

Moreover, Microsoft has also made a few changes to Skype for Web design. First of all, there is a new notification panel. It allows you to see if there is someone mentioned or quoted you in the same place. Furthermore, Microsoft is including a new media gallery into Skype for Web. It’s almost similar to your WhatsApp application. Every links or images sent via the chat will be stored in one location. This can be done without scrolling through the rest of the conversation.

Speaking about the availability, the Skype for Web is available on the Windows 10 and MacOS platforms. The browser it supported is only Microsoft Edge and Chrome. If you are still using the Firefox, Safari or Opera, then the Skype for Web is not supported.

Here is the link to try the Skype for Web.

Raaj Lokanathan
Raaj Lokanathan
A software engineer as a profession. A tech blogger as a passion.

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