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Windows 7: Introducing new Skype Meet Now feature with no sign ups or downloads

04 Apr 2020   #1
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64-bit Windows 10 Pro
 
 
Introducing new Skype Meet Now feature with no sign ups or downloads

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Introducing a simple, hassle-free way to connect with the important people in your life on #Skype, no sign-ups or downloads required.

Easy video meetings with no sign ups or downloads

Generate your free unique link with one click, share it with participants and enjoy unlimited meetings with Skype. Full set of features at your disposal.

Your meeting link does not expire and can be used anytime.
  • Free conference calls
  • No sign ups
  • No downloads
Learn about Meet Now: Organize conference calls on Skype with one click | Skype


Meet Now in Skype allows you to easily set up a collaboration space and invite both Skype contacts and friends or family who are not on Skype. Participants can then easily join meetings whether they have an account or not.

How do I create a meeting in Skype?
Starting your meeting is as easy as signing in to Skype and selecting the Meet Now button. You'll get a call link and a Share invite button to easily to invite others. Once you're ready, set your call to audio or video and select the Start call button. You can also create a meeting directly from the web.



How do I join a call with my Meet Now invitation?

Our unique Meet Now link will open your installed Skype app on any device. Even if you're not signed in, you can join the call or chat as a guest. If you don't have Skype installed on your desktop, we will open our Skype for Web client for your convenience. If you'd like, you can install Skype on your device as well.

What can I do during a meeting?



During a meeting you can:
A - Open recent chats.
B - View participants currently in the call.
C - Share the Meet Now link.
D - Start recording the call.
E - Mute or unmute the microphone.
F - Turn video on or off.
G - End the call.
H - Open the conversation.
I - Share the screen.
J - Send a reaction to the call.
K - View More options.

Can I still access the Meet Now chat after the meeting?

The Meet Now link is accessible anytime you need it. We will hold your call recordings for up to 30 days and media shared in the chat even longer. Meet Now in Skype is perfect for your conference calls, webinars or work interviews.

What's the difference between Meet Now and Group Chats?
  • Meet Now chats can be quickly set up and shared with others in two easy steps. However, all new Meet Now chats will initially have the same title and profile picture. Tap or click on the Chat Header in your meeting and select the Edit button to rename it and add a profile picture.
  • Group Chats are customized from the start since a group name is required and has you select participants first before creating it.

Ready to learn more?

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07 Apr 2020   #2
RoWin7

Win 7 Ult 64-bit
 
 

They're copying from Zoom. Skype was so simple to use before.
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