There are many other ways to share with your contacts on Skype. One example is screen sharing, a feature that lets you share live video of what's on your computer screen, such as a website or another type of software you're using. This is a great way to demonstrate how to do something or to show another person what you're working on.
Another example is sending files to your contacts. This feature lets you share many types of files, including documents, photos, presentations, and other things you may have saved to your computer.
Remember, screen sharing lets the other person see your entire desktop, so make sure you don't have anything open that you wouldn't want someone to see.
Your contacts can send files to you in the same way. While it's not likely, it's important to note that files sent over Skype could contain viruses and other malware. To keep your computer safe, you should not open any files you weren't expecting. If a contact sends a file that seems suspicious, you should call or IM that person to confirm it was meant for you.