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Like the phones, Skype’s The text chat with other Skype users is a full-bore chat tool: like an instant message tool but better because it’s integrated with other Skype tools.For me it is the most frequently used of all Skype’s tools. The interface is clean and it’s very robust: people are not dropped off a chat and they receive chat text even if their machine crashes.In my opinion the most polite way to reach someone is to first check if they are available using the text chat tool (discussed next) and then call them on Skype or by regular phone only after the other party has responded that it’s OK to call.If we’ve made an appointment to talk and the other party doesn’t respond, I may call them on their regular phone, which rings loudly (and may be a mobile phone that they carry with them).If you follow this discussion about how all of them work together, you’ll have a good example of the approach we developed in Digital Habitats to make sense of platforms in a way that brings out the issues around tool comparison, duplication, and integration. In my community work I make it a point to ask people for their POTS phone numbers or Skype IDs.In this post I discuss several Skype tools (not all of them) in terms of how their features are useful, how they work with each other and how they work with tools on other platforms that people in my community might use.(This is cross-posted from my blog on Learning Alliances.) You probably already know that Skype is a great tool – especially for community leaders.If you are a technology steward, it’s not only a great tool but it’s also a handy example for illustrating some of the use and integration issues that we have to deal with and be able to talk about.
One is to show who’s currently “available,” indicated by a green dot with a check-mark in it, so it works like a global “.” Also, you can group contacts, rename them, send them to other Skype users and perform various other actions.In a way this puts to work some of the analytical framework we develop in Chapter 4 of Digital Habitats.The polarities discussed in Chapter 5 are a big help in organizing our thinking about these issues.Integration asymmetries between Skype and other platforms force different interfaces, so make me think that Skype has two different phone tools.You make a call to another Skype user using its list tool.