How to Share your Skype Profile on Galaxy S20

New on Skype for Android and need some more input on how to make use of the app’s important features? If you’re using Samsung’s latest Galaxy flagship smartphone, particularly the Galaxy S20 and need help in the process, I’ve laid out a quick guide that demonstrates one of the essential features of Skype that you should know. Here’s how to share your Skype profile on Galaxy S20.

File sharing is now made a lot easier using various platforms. In Android devices, you can use any from its many built-in file sharing features. Among the files you can share is your Skype profile. To help you get started, I have mapped out a step by step tutorial for personal reference. Read on for more detailed instructions.

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Easy steps to share your Skype Profile on Galaxy S20

Time Needed : 5 minutes

Performing the following steps will let you share your Skype profile to anyone on Skype as well as those who are not. If you have some acquaintances,friends, and relatives on other platforms like Zoom who wanted to connect with you on Skype, you can follow the same process to share your Skype profile straight to Zoom or whatever platform your target person is on. Screenshots depicting individual steps are likewise provided for easier navigation.

  1. Launch Skype app on your phone.

    The icon or shortcut for Skype is usually lined up among other app shortcuts from the Apps viewer. 
    To access the Apps viewer, swipe up from the bottom of the Home screen then swipe left or right to locate the Skype icon.

    share skype profile on galaxy s20-open skype

  2. Tap your profile photo from the Skype app’s main screen.

    It’s located in the upper center of the Skype screen.

    share skype profile on galaxy s20 - profile pix

  3. Scroll down and tap Skype Profile under Manage section.

    On the next screen you will see basic information about your Skype profile.
    The account details on this screen is editable.

    share skype profile on galaxy s20 - manage profile

  4. Tap the option to Share profile.

    The Share and connect screen will then be displayed.
    On this screen you’ll be given three main options to share your Skype profile to anyone you’d like to connect to.

    share skype profile on galaxy s20 - share

  5. To share your profile through your Skype account’s URL or link, select Copy to clipboard.

    This will let you copy and share the URL/link of your Skype profile.

    share skype profile on galaxy s20 - copy to clipboard

  6. To share your profile via special code, select QR Code.

    A new screen containing your Skype account code will then be displayed.
    Simply scan that code then follow the rest of the given instructions to share your profile.

    share skype profile on galaxy s20 - scan QR code

  7. To view other sharing options, tap More.

    Doing so will open a pop-up menu containing other ways to share  your Skype profile. 
    Among these options are Quick Share, Gmail, Messages, Zoom and more.

    share skype profile on galaxy s20 - more options

  • Android 10
  • One UI 2.0 and later
  • Galaxy S20

If you encounter an error when sharing your Skype profile, take note of the error message or code to get some clue on what went wrong and what needs to be done in order to rectify it. 

For many Skype users bumping into some troubles when sharing their profile, network connectivity issues appeared to be the underlying cause. Refreshing the network connection using basic workarounds often addressed the issue, though.

Aside from the built-in file sharing features, you can also utilize any from the reliable file-sharing apps for Android. Among the widely-used apps that serve similar purposes are SHAREit, Superbeam, Portal, AirDroid, Xender, Zapya and Send Anywhere, to name a few.

You can download and install any of these apps on your galaxy s20 as you desire.

And that covers everything in this tutorial. Please keep posted for more comprehensive tutorials, tips and tricks that will help you make the most of your new Samsung galaxy s20 smartphone. 

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