We don’t share Skype call links much, but we know many other people do this. Tip of today makes sharing a Skype link many facile thanks to a current update to the official Skype extension for Chrome. Before we proceed let us tell that if any of you are struggling with any technical mess such as Skype Not Working or some trouble with error, then get in touch with professionals immediately.

Foregoing to this update, the Skype extension would only support you share website links on Skype or release Skype for the Web. Now, it supports you do the addition of Skype calling links to calendar entries on Google and Outlook.com personal calendars, as well as email message in Gmail and Outlook.com. Email is a good aspect, but the calendar integration is specifically interesting. Anyone you invite who accepts a calendar event will have swift access to join the Skype call when they get a calendar reminder. That’s much finer than completing around in the inbox at the last minutes.


To get started, download and install the extension of this application from the Chrome Web Store. Now, let’s do the addition of a Skype video call link to both Google calendar entries and Outlook.com. You can also take Skype Support by contacting experts.

Open your calendar on Outllok.com and make a click on New so you can open a calendar entry window. Right at the top, your eyes will catch a button that utters Add Skype video call. Make a click on that button and a link with an invitation to join this popular application video call lands in the notes part of the event. Now just make the event as you commonly would.

The Chrome extension works ditto in Google Calendar. Open Google calendar and make click on Create in the left-hand panel to begin a new event. Under the Event details tab, make a click on the Add Skype video call link, which at this writing was just under the location text-entry box. After few seconds, your Skype video call link be ready to step into the Description Box. Skype for Chrome inside Google Calendar depends on third-party cookies from live.com of Microsoft and Skype.com domains. If you’re a user of extensions like Privacy Badger or AdBlock Plus you will have to permit the cookies to get through for the aspect to work.


addition, if you’ve set up Chrome so you can block third party cookies, you will have to do the addition of both live.com and Skype.com to your exceptions lists. To do this, you just need to type chrome://settings/content and then hit an Enter, and then make a click on Content Settings. Then in the window that opens make a click on Manage exceptions and fill up these two patterns on different lines: login.live.com and [*.]skype.com. The previous only permits cookies from Microsoft’s live.com login service, while the latter permits any Skype.com cookies that follow the “foo.skype.com” format.

Beyond calendar invites and email, the latest Skype extension also lets you share call links through Twitter. Just be careful with that as most Twitter discussions are public and anyone who got your link of Skype can join the call. Rest for any Skype Help you can get in touch with professionals.