Compose a Skype Message on iPhone 6

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Steps

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    To begin, unlock the phone by pressing the lock button on the right-hand side or the big round button at the bottom of the screen called the home button.
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    Unlock the phone by swiping right and entering the passcode.
    Alternatively, press your finger on the home button, which doubles as a fingerprint scanner, if you have that option enabled.
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    Once on the home screen, find the Skype icon.
    In this example, it is in the "Social" folder. The icon is light blue and white with a blue "S" in the center. Tap that once to open it up. It will either take you to the sign-up page or the recent contacts page with a list.
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    Press the white speech bubble in the blue bar at the bottom on the right-hand side.
    This will start a new message.
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    Tap on the empty circle next to a name to select them to send a message to.
    The empty circle will then be blue with a white check mark.
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    Tap on "Type a message here" at the bottom of the screen, and we can begin typing the message.
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    We can add an emoticon to the message by tapping the smiley face to the right of the text bar.
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    Tap on the arrow on the right-hand side which is in a blue circle to send the message.
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    The message has been sent and it shows the text conversation on the screen.
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    To return to the home menu, tap on the blue arrow in the top left corner.
    This brings us back to recent contacts list and the person we just sent the message to will be at the top of the list.
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    This concludes the tutorial on how to compose a new message and send a message on the Skype application on the iPhone 6.
    If you have any questions or comments, please leave them in the section below. Thank you for watching VisiHow.
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Recent edits by: Eng, Crystal, Freya

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