Answering or rejecting incoming calls on Skype is simple to do. In this video, explore how when receive a notification of an incoming call, you have the ability to decide how you would like to respond.
- [Instructor] We've taken a look…at how we can initiate a Skype call.…In this video, let's check out what it looks like…to receive a Skype call.…Now if you're willing to receive a Skype call,…or expecting to receive one,…you'll wanna make sure that you're online and available.…So here in the upper-left corner,…remember that I can see my profile picture,…and then within here I have this green dot.…I can set that to Active, Do not disturb, or Invisible.…I wanna keep it as Active,…and now let's see what it looks like to receive a call,…and how we can go ahead and answer that.…
(digital bells chiming)…So as you can see, I'm now receiving a call.…And there, when making the call,…I clicked on the camera icon,…which made it so that I was doing a video call with Toby,…so thank you for calling Toby.…Alright, - My pleasure.…- And like that, I can hang up.…Alright, so that's how simple it is…to answer a call when it comes in.…You can see that we had the notification alarm…that went off, and then I could go to the top,…and select the button to pick up that call.…
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- Creating a Skype account
- Adding contacts
- Making video and audio-only calls
- Sharing your screen
- Recording calls
- Messaging with Skype
- Making calls to mobile phones and landlines
Skill Level Beginner
1. Introduction to Skype
2. Skype Calls
3. Additional Ways to Utilize Skype
4. Advanced Features
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