Microsoft has just announced that it brings call recording to Skype, with support being offered to all platforms, including Windows 10.
In the blog announcement that features, Microsoft explains that call logging is now available to all its customers, except those running Windows 10 devices, which will be updated later.
Logging includes everything shared between users during the call and Microsoft allows users to store and share the recorded call with any other user easily within the next 30 days.
Microsoft has embedded the call recording options on the call screen, so you just have to press the + sign, and then click on the entry that starts the recording.
A banner appears on both desktop and mobile to allow other users to know that the call has been recorded and that is something that is undoubtedly necessary for privacy.
“After the call, the recording is completed and then posted to your chat where it is available for 30 days. You and everyone in the call can save the recording locally or share the recording with your contacts at any time during the 30 days, ”Microsoft explains.
This new feature requires at least the 8 version of Skype, so customers with older versions will not be able to use it. There is no update yet as to when Windows 10 users will be able to receive call logging, but as Microsoft is working to renew this application, there is a good chance that it will arrive as part of an important update to be released to users in the coming weeks.
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