Microsoft's Skype team has announced that it has started rolling out call recording across its Android, iOS and desktop apps. After you click that option you need to select "start recording".
As of now, the feature is available on all Skype versions except for Windows 10 where it is expected to be available in a few weeks time. Everyone in the call will get a warning that you flipped on the recording feature, which will capture audio as well as any videos (or shared screens) during the call. There are several mobile and PC apps dedicated to video calling - from Google's Hangout and Duo to Apple's Facetime. You will get a copy of the record as soon as you end a call, as it will be posted to your chat, and it will remain accessible from there for the next 30 days. The call recording will be available for download and share with other Skype contacts for 30 days. After going through several changes in its design and functionality, the Microsoft owned platform has finally chose to include an option that was requested by most of its 5 million users worldwide - the option to record video calls.More news: Post Malone Gets Into Scary Car Accident
When Skype begins to record, it notifies all participants with a banner at the top of the screen displaying a recording symbol and the length of the recording. You can also select Save as and navigate to the folder where you want it saved.
Whether you're just having fun, taking notes, or recording a podcast (because who wants to talk to someone without seeing them?), Skype's new recording features couldn't have arrived fast enough. On mobile devices, you just need to tap and hold the recorded call in the chat and then tap Save from the pop-up menu.More news: Meghan Markle dazzles in indigo dress at 100 Days of Peace concert
So the users part of the chat can download the chat recording. The recording will automatically download and save to your device's camera roll.