Skype announced it’s bringing the same screen sharing feature, available on its desktop app, to iOS and Android devices.
Whether you’re just chatting to friend or conducting an online meeting with multiple colleagues, sometimes you just need to share your screen with someone. That’s why Skype’s screen sharing feature is so popular and so useful. And that’s why Skype is now bringing the feature to mobile devices as well.
Announced last week, the mobile screen sharing feature is coming to Skype on iOS and Android, but for now, you will have to join Skype’s beta program first to download the latest Insider build of the app.
Once you’ve done so, simply 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.
So, now you can show coworkers a presentation or share your swipes on a dating app with participants of a Skype call… on mobile.
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