It’s been two months since Skype announced it’s bringing screen sharing to its mobile apps, and the feature is finally here!
In an increasingly mobile world, sometimes all you want to do is share your screen with someone – whether you’re having an online meeting or discussing a project with colleagues. Skype has offered screen sharing on desktop for years, and now it’s time to bring the feature to mobile. As of this week, Skype screen sharing is now also available on iOS and Android devices.
The feature is simple to use. Just tap on the three dotted menu at the bottom right of your conversation and select the “Share Screen” option. Then, you get the option to broadcast your Camera Roll, on Microsoft Teams, or Skype.
Everything on your screen, including notifications, will be recorded so make sure you’ve turned off notifications beforehand. You don’t want to be receiving a personal message while sharing your screen.
Also, bear in mind that the redesigned menu also allows you to access all other features like call recording and subtitles.
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