Now you can share files up to 300MB on Skype: Skype has received some of the improvements including a bump in the maximum file size that can be shared on platform. With the new improvements, the Skype users will be able to share the files, documents, images and videos of up to 300MB in size.
Now you can share files up to 300MB on Skype
This new features will be available to the users only if they are using the latest version of the Skype that can be downloaded from the Skype’s website. The Skype team has explain that the users can share the files even if the recipient is offline.
The company has written in a blog post, that now you can share a holiday video and can go straight back to the beach, by knowing that your family and friends can download the video whenever they will come online.
Over the last few weeks, Skype has confirmed that it was testing a number of different file size limits for the file sharing. The company stated that, based on the results of these tests, they are setting a limit of 300MB per file as this will accommodates almost all the file sizes that are shared over Skype and it has been working well for over millions of the users since it started rolling out about several weeks ago. Skype also recommended that the users those want to send the files larger than 300MB they should use OneDrive for sharing the bigger files.
Another new feature that is added to the Skype will now allow the users to download a file on the multiple devices. ‘Imagine you are on your way to home and want to start reviewing a PowerPoint document on your phone, and then you can download it to again to make some edits on the computer at home, explains Skype. With the update, this will be possible.