50 People Can Now Participate In A Skype Group Video Chat

Skype, Microsoft owned chat software commonly used for conducting business and personal chats and videos is now all set to take on its competition and facilitate its users more. The Microsoft owned product will be accommodating 50 group video chat participants.

Available for beta testers today, this new feature will help small business rely heavily on Skype for conducting video chats, meetings.

Skype competition such as Facetime holds 32 group chat members right now and Google’s Duo is still in its early days.

Beta testers can access the new 50 people group calling feature in Skype immediately. The feature is expected to be rolled out to everybody in a few days.