Microsoft redesigned Skype and adds feature stories

Jun

1

2017

Microsoft today announced the next generation of its application for Skype, where the company rebuilt from the ground up, greatly improved the ways in which the user can communicate from his favorite people, and the chat feature the most important part of this update with the possibility of Reply to messages and videos via emoji.

The company has made the group chat more lively, expressive, more personal and personal so that the user can chat the way he wants, where there are countless ways to share the daily moments every day with others wherever the user, because Skype allows to create and share what the user wants all Smoother.

Microsoft wanted to help the user deepen his contacts within his personal network and make Skype his daily place of personal communication by allowing Skype to be personalized across favorite colors, showing his own expressions and expressing his feelings easily by clicking the interaction icon next to any message or video call.

The company added a new feature called Highlights, a story tool that allows users to share temporary snippets of their lives similar to InStagram and Snape pages via photos and videos, so that contacts can be seen through Skype contacts and expire after seven days of publication.

It has become easier with the new update to the messaging application, turning the talk into action through group conversations, add-ons, chat scripts and the new “Search” panel at the heart of the update, which makes searching within Skype better than before. The company adds more add-ons And written chat robots.

The new version of Skype also allows people to browse the images together and the company wants to give users the ability to play games like Main Craft in groups or watch movies and videos together on Skype.

“The new version of Skype will be available to Android users around the world next month and will reach iOS users in July, with a desktop version available this summer,” said Amritanch Raghav, Skype’s vice president for Skype.

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