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Skype for Linux users can host conference calls. You can either call a group or you can add other people to a call you are already on. Remember, you can have up to 25 people on a conference call. Learn more about accepting an incoming group call.
To call a group, you will first need to create the group (if you have not done so already).
To call a group that already exists, click on the group you wish to call. Then, in the conversation window, click the button. You will be asked to confirm that you wish to dial the available members of the group (only members who have Online status will be called):
To add other people to a call you are already on:
You may have difficulty joining some group calls and we recommend you always initiate group calls if using Skype for Linux. Functionality may be limited for mobile participants on the call i.e. they can join with audio only.
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