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I am sure I am missing something really simple (as is usually the case) - does anyone know if it's possible to sign out Skype on the Surface? I would like to be able to sign out when I am at my desk since I normally have Skype running on my laptop (especially since there's no way to mark missed calls/convos as read, in bulk, on the Surface client).

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You probably figured this out already, but to sign out of Skype hit your account ICON on the top hand side of the APP. It will open up a side window with the sign out option on the bottom of the screen .

 

 

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