Earlier this month, Skype moved its video messaging feature out of the beta phase and introduced it on a majority of platforms, albeit in a limited state. Now, Skype has lifted the limitations on the latest version of its iOS app and also introduced stability improvements and bug fixes. Also Read - Don't be like #Shweta: Here's how to mute audio on Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Skype
To send a video message, tap on the video message button and click on the record button for the app to start recording the video. The app allows recording up to 3 minutes of videos and lets users preview the entire message before sending it. Once you are satisfied with the recorded message, you can click on the envelope button to send it to the desired Skype contact.
In addition to the aforementioned feature, Skype has brought in improvements to the audio and video quality, improved accessibility to the feature and also introduced new stability measures. To download the latest version of Skype, head over to the App Store.