Open Skype. Select a contact. Click the call button.
Click the microphone to mute. Click the microphone again to unmute.
This article was co-authored by our trained team of editors and researchers who validated it for accuracy and comprehensiveness. Co-authored by wikiHow Staff Updated: May 15, Click the contact you wish to call. This opens a conversation. This places a call to the selected contact. Once the contact answers, the call will be active.
nehpimitiret.cf Click the microphone icon to mute the call. A diagonal line now cuts across the image of the microphone, which means your microphone is muted.
Click the microphone again to unmute your microphone. The line will disappear from the microphone, and your caller can hear you once again.
Click on the speaker icon. Once you have done so, sign in to the new account and open test the microphone again. Search Advanced. The button changes to and you can speak. We've broken up the top 10 into two.
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I have the same question LangleyMalc Replied on December 4, To fix it - Go to System Preferences. Check the box - It will suggest that you re-start Skype and offer to do it for you. Restart Skype - your problem should be solved. It worked for me!!
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