Skype 6.11 for Android Released, Allows You to Save Video Messages
Microsoft has released a new update for Skype on Android that will let you manage moments that matter. Version 6.11 of Skype will allow users to save video messages from family and friends.
When you record or receive a memorable video message that you want to keep, just tap on it to save it to your phone’s photo gallery.
You can manage conversations by tapping on a contact or chat and hold until a new window opens to delete, mark as read, or mute notifications.
Microsoft has also improved search Search for conversation content, as well as contacts and group names.
Share with groups – Share photos from your photo gallery directly to a Skype group conversation. Additionally, in group chats, you can tap on images and files to forward them to another contact or group.
Upgraded Mojis – Received a cool Moji? Just tap on it to forward it to another friend or to a group. Also, Mojis don’t automatically play again when you forward them, you can decide if you want to play it again by tapping on it.
These features were added after fan feedback and Microsoft wants you to know that it listens. If you wish more features to arrive on Skype for Android, make sure you let Microsoft know.
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