How to use Skype as a security camera and other cool tricks

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Skype is the best tool to make audio calls, video calls and instant messaging. However, it offers many other features.

When you are on call, you can share your computer screen with the person you are on call with by using its Share Screen feature. You can send and receive files easily using it. You can even make group calls with up to 25 people.

With people using video calling technology more frequently due to COVID-19, and the ensuing travel restrictions, you can enhance your experience by knowing some simple tricks.

This video by AppsApk shows seven of the best Skype tricks, including a way to use Skype as a security camera.

Have you been using video call technology more than ever this year? What are some of the pointers you could pass on to others?

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