To be clear, they could do all of those things with Skype's desktop screen-sharing feature, which has been around for years.
To get an access of Skype's Beta edition with Screen Sharing feature, you need to be an active user of Skype Insider which is a program that lets users test the beta editions of the app.More news: Showtime Boxing: Shields vs. Hammer Results
Users can start a broadcast by using the Control Center screen recording button, or from inside the Skype app. Microsoft is looking to improve upon the feature soon by allowing users from both the Android and iOS ecosystem to share their mobile screens during video calls. Sharing is as easy as tapping. and then selecting "Share Screen" which will take you through the process of allowing that display to be seen by everyone else on the call.
Skype has also illustrated how this Screen Sharing feature will work through the Control Center Screen on an iOS device.More news: Winx bows out in style with 33rd victory
Skype is definitely the most popular video chatting app these days, and there are a lot of reasons for this achievement.
Want to show your coworkers a PowerPoint presentation? Unfortunately, Microsoft has not disclosed anything regarding the actual release date of this app. Or maybe do some online shopping with your bestie? With this change, Skype now permits a bigger number of members in group calls than FaceTime which permits up to 32 individuals in a single call, however enterprise-focused software, for example, Zoom enable you to have up to 100 members on a solitary call.More news: Johnson busted with cell in game, fined by 76ers
As of now, there is no word on when this feature will be rolled out to all. You can definitely find a lot of reasons for which this new feature will turn out useful.