How to Use Skype for Video Conferencing

Skype is probably the most well-known software for video conferencing. It can be used from your computer, phone or tablet to join or initiate voice or video conferences.

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    Sign up for a Skype Account Here

    This is the link to create a Skype account. Sign up for free with your email. It should only take a minute, or so. Then, you can download the software to your computer, which you have to do for it to work. It will run you through the download process.

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    Skype for iPad

    Download Skype for your iPad by clicking through this link!

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    Skype for iPhone

    This will take you to the App store on your iPhone if you're accessing this from a mobile device. Download it by clicking through the link here.

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    A Very Basic Explanation of How to Set up Your Skype Account

    Just a simple explanation of how to run through the installation and get your account set-up.

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    How to setup Skype on Mac Video Tutorial

    A very simple explanation of how to download and set-up Skype on your Mac.

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    Skype Premium - Just so you Know

    There is, indeed, a paid version of Skype. If you're just using it to talk to one person at a time, you don't really need to upgrade. If you do upgrade, it's about $10/month, and you get unlimited calls, group video conferencing, screen sharing and live support.

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    Skype iPad App Tutorial

    This is a pretty in-depth explanation of how to set up and use Skype on your iPad. If you're interested in setting it up, you should watch this video.

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    How to find and add Contacts on Skype

    This video tutorial will show you how to find and add friends so that you can connect with them using Skype.

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