With Skype and Microsoft under one roof, there’s no reason to maintain multiple logins. Rather than try to keep track of multiple logins, you can actually use one password for both Microsoft and Skype. Here’s how to do that.
Go to account.microsoft.com. If you’re already logged in with your Microsoft account, you will need to log out and the log back in with your Skype account details. After you sign in, you may be prompted to update your account with a backup email address for account recovery.
Microsoft will suggest the email address associated with your Skype account. To use that address click the Next button. Alternatively, you can add a new email address if you prefer.
If you don’t already have a Microsoft account, all you need to do is verify your backup email address and your Skype account will be updated to a Microsoft account. If you already have a Microsoft account, you will be prompted to enter your Microsoft account password, after which you can go ahead and confirm that you want to merge both accounts.
And if you don’t want to mess with accounts at all — you can actually start Skype conversations without the need to log in at all.
Do you have any tips and tricks on how to cut down on email and chat clutter? Let us know in the comments.
Image Credit: Castleski via Shutterstock