Hello Everyone. Giant Companies Microsoft and Signal have joined up to make Skype end-to-end encryption via Private Conversations as possible. The Skype messaging service will soon advantage from end-to-end encryption, something that its competitors, WhatsApp and Messenger already offer for quite some time. So, Today in this post I am going to share How to use Skype end-to-end encryption via Private Messaging App Conversations.
Use Skype End-to-End Encryption via Private Conversations Feature
End-to-end encryption will be free for all Skype users in the form of Private Conversations. According to Windows OS company Microsoft, the new feature is not maintained in groups, so you’ll only be able to use when related to one other person. The new Private Conversations feature will be rolled out to Android and iOS users once the preview period for Skype Insiders ends.
How to Use Skype End-to-End Encryption via Private Conversations Feature
Step 1. Click or Tap on the + icon.
Step 2. Select New Private Conversation.
Step 3. Choose the contact you’d like to chat with Private Conversation.
Step 4. After that, you will be taken to a new chat with them.
Step 5. An invitation will be sent to your contact asking to accept your invitation.
NOTE: This invitation is valid for seven days. If He or she do not accept before then, the invitation link will expire.
Step 6. Once the contact has accepted the invitation request, your Private Conversation will allow you to start chatting on that particular device.
If you’d like to transfer the conversation to a different phone, you would need to resend the invitation to your contact.
The new Skype end-to-end Encryption via Private Messaging App Conversations will also allow you delete the Private Conversation if you believe it’s not deserving keeping.
Delete Skype Private Conversation
You can do that by right-tapping on the conversation and selecting Delete chat.