Microsoft’s Skype has a ‘Together Mode’ viewing option

Microsoft officials said that the ‘Together Mode’ helps to ease virtual-meeting and make meetings feel more real. It has added the ‘Together Mode’ option that debuted in Teams to Skype. Together Mode is one of the new features available to various versions of Skype. It is a viewing option where all meeting participants are located in the same physically shared space instead of via a traditional grid view.

Microsoft officials said that they believe ‘Together Mode’ will help virtual-meeting feel more real. The new features in Skype 8.67 encompass the addition of Large Grid Mode which facilitating users to see everyone’s video simultaneously. An option to add someone to an ongoing Skype call using their phone number via Skype with more predefined backgrounds and categories.

Microsoft will drop Skype and make Teams with consumer functionality enabled its consumer-facing meeting. It is proceeding to add new features to Skype regularly. It seems to be position Skype as a simple way to meet and chat, rather than encompassing a platform like Teams.

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