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4 weeks ago
No. When you send out the invitation, it includes a link for the other people to use. They simply click the link, they do not need to sign up for anything...
6 weeks ago
It's not too often I get one of those "I am living in an age of miracles" feelings, but when I learned that Skype has developed technology that translates...
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7 weeks ago
If I'm already talking to someone on Skype, and a second person calls me, how can I add the second person to the call and make it into a conference call for...
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10 weeks ago
I don’t really want to use Skype. Not that I don’t trust Microsoft, but…. What good, open source alternatives are there to Skype are there for Ubuntu?
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