In the latest version of Skype, calls to 100 participants are available and the Large Grid display mode has appeared.
Skype developers have doubled the number of people who can be connected at the same time during voice and video calls from 50 to 100 participants.
Now, whether you’re hosting a family reunion, a company-wide meeting, or a happy hour with 99 of your closest friends, it couldn’t be simpler to get up to 100 users in the same place.
The second new feature is the Large Grid mode, which allows you to display up to 49 video participants at the same time.
With Large Grid view, a whole new world of possibilities for interacting on-screen with big groups opens up. Imagine your next yoga class, jewelry-making workshop, cooking class, or group oil painting lesson with the ability to see what every participant is up to. No more scrolling through video feeds to make sure everyone’s downward dog is on point — Large Grid lets you keep a watchful eye on every user’s progress at the same time.