I been using Skype for so long and invested good amount of $ for its services which are great by-the-way...but I really don't understand why no one tries to fix problems or keep things simple. A lot of updates has made skype even more difficult to nagivate. It used to be really simple.. I am not sure who became the head designer but seriously fix these issues... I want to delete my messages for good. They keep coming back once I log back in my iphone>......
oh yeah and what ever happened to sharing selective screen on window pc?? I share with some people over in the 3rd countries and their internet is so slow. Showing full screen slows down everything.. I went back to the old skype and keeps giving me an update notice till one day I can't do anything about it and it just updated itself. how wrong is that.
WHY are my private chat messages stored on your servers and I'm denied the ABILITY to delete them everybody is having the same common problem: deleted history cleared history AND removing all history from preferences STILL doesn't delete the history.
This is an OBVIOUS problem and I've seen threads as old as 2010 with people having this issue. It is now almost 2012 and its still broken!
1. WHY am I denied the right to clear my private chats?
2. WHERE in the terms and conditions does it state that Skype will maintain permanent records of all your communication on their external servers and continue to push the logs back to your machines time and time again regardless of how many times you delete them?
3. WHEN are you planning to fix this if ever?
4. Meanwhile is there no way to clear conversations with an ex that you don't want thrown in your face every time you log back into Skype? This is ABSURD,
This is really a significant oversight. I have some chats that I want OFF my iPad. I also can't delete contacts or block people. I now have someone's picture stuck on the sliding left-hand column of the app. I want that person's picture OFF my app!
I appreciate the need for simplicity but this is a function you can get on the cheapest cellphone.