Microsoft has finally decided to add call recording feature in Skype after nearly 15 years of launching it. Later this month, the Skype will get an update of built-in call recording feature, too, this new feature is cloud-based which gives you access to record Skype calls through the devices like Microsoft, MacBook, iOS, Android, and Linux.
Microsoft team explained, “Call recording is completely cloud-based, and as soon as you start recording, everyone in the call is notified that the call is being recorded. Call recordings combine everyone’s video as well as any screens shared during the call.”
For many years, it is known for its video calls but lacks a call recording feature which makes this telecommunication software/app less competitive in the market. Besides, Skype users have to rely on the third-party app for recording calls and they mostly used Evaer to attain such feature. To counter this issues, Microsoft who owns Skype comes with an announcement which states about the upcoming update of version 8.0 to roll out soon.
Truecaller has also introduced a new feature which lets users record conversations and calls from the app itself. The company updated another feature which is only for Andriod users to record both incoming and outgoing calls because this would ultimately help out in reducing harassment and fake calls cases which some users had reported several times, and complains about the unavailability of this feature.
Mircosoft has started testing a new content creator mode for Skype to allow vloggers, Podcasts, streamers, to amalgamate Wirecast, Xsplit, Vmix into this software. Microsoft is also revamping the desktop design to look like the mobile desktop for PC users. This new feature will available from the end of July and accessible to all latest version of Skype.