The app's insider build adds a Share screen option in the call menu so you can broadcast your screen to colleagues, friends, or family. 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.
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If you're yet to signed up for the Skype Insider Program and you'd like to try out the new beta, you can sign up here.
One thing to note is that the feature may not be available in the iOS Skype preview program just yet, according to The Verge. On top of that, Microsoft has yet to announce a rollout date for the feature.
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Skype is a staple in video chat around the world and Microsoft is planning to make the mobile app more capable with screen sharing.
The potential applications of mobile screen-sharing are varied and extremely useful. Or share your swipes on dating apps? Still, better late than never for Skype. The ability to screen share is arriving on Android and iOS soon, with the feature rolling out for Skype Insider users now. Since it's already in Insider testing, expect the feature to go wide in the relatively near future.
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