Xbox One Skype app update adds availability filters, larger chat logs, bug fixes

By Stephany Nunneley, Friday, 14 March 2014 17:18 GMT

Skype has been updated today on Xbox One, with new filters and expanded chat logging. The latter allows users to logs the last 1,000 messages instead of just seven days of content. Now you have even more saved information in which to blackmail your friends. The app update also allows users to filters the contact list by availability, and there are new emoticons to use when words just won’t suffice. You can update the Skype App by logging into your Xbox One. Thanks, Engadget.

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