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For Group (conversations) that are not in my Contacts, how would I get a list of them in Skype? The only way that I've seen so far to know which of these conversations I'm in, is when someone types a message in the Group; this can be a bit unnerving when you are no longer involved in the conversation.

I am using Skype version on Windows 8

I want a list of "Groups" that I am a member of, which have not been added to my Contact list or Favorites. I am looking to remove myself from these groups, but I cannot access them.

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Neither the "Contacts" nor "Recent" will show a group unless you add it to your contacts, some one types in the group, or if you recently interacted with the group. There appears to be no way to view groups that you are a member of, unless one of those three items is true. – Paul Gregoire Feb 21 '13 at 18:07
It's quite clear, but let me add more; You can be added to a Group or create a Group to which you are a member. If you do not favorite the Group itself or add the Group to your Contacts, it will not show up and you cannot remove yourself from the Group. Until something happens in the Group with one of the other members. – Paul Gregoire Feb 21 '13 at 23:25
I still maintain that "Groups" are entirely localized to your own list. – Ramhound Feb 22 '13 at 12:03
I don't think you have experience with this, if it were localized how do I get a list of them? That's at the core of this question!!! – Paul Gregoire Feb 22 '13 at 14:24
By "Group", you mean a group conversation? – slhck Feb 22 '13 at 15:33

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