With an eye on privacy, Skype presents call participants with a notification that the call is being recorded, along with a message helpfully suggesting that letting people know their "special moments" are being captured for posterity would probably be a good idea, m'kay? Note that call recording is only available for Android phones. All you have to do is click on the "+" icon at the bottom of the screen while your in live call, and then choose "Start Recording". Though the Windows 10 users will get this new feature in the next few weeks. If it's a video call, it will record video from everyones webcam, plus any screens that are shared.
Microsoft has added call recording to Skype, more than ten years after it introduced video calls and just over fifteen years since the platform made its debut on 29 August, 2003. The call recording will be available for download and share with other Skype contacts for 30 days. Microsoft also prompts the call recorder to verbally inform the participants that the call is being recorded. You can get free call recording for 14 days and after that you have to upgrade to a premium account to use it. Once you do that, you will notice a banner at the top of the display, and the person you're talking to will be notified that the call is being recorded. But why would you want this option anyway?
On a mobile, to save the recording users long-press the item in the timeline and then tap the save option, which saves it on the phone's camera roll. Previously, many users have resorted to using third-party applications that recorded a video call with family, friends or business partners. However, the feature has now arrived in all the platforms including smartphones as a part of an update.
Recordings appear in users' timelines and can then be downloaded. Further, everyone on the call has been provided with the ability to save the recording locally.