Google Voice has added new features that let users set rules on how the service will respond to calls that are received from contacts.
Although Google Voice has a call forwarding option, the latest update lets users create a rule that can forward calls coming from contacts to any number linked to.
If a user isn’t in the mood to answer an incoming call, they may forward the call direct to voicemails. Additionally users can choose to block calls made by specific contacts and set up personalized voicemail greetings to certain.
To set up a rule go to voice.google.com and navigate to Settings. Next, select Calls, and then select ‘Create an rule’. The feature is accessible to everyone Google Voice users. The new rules can’t be implemented on the mobile app but they are able to be seen.
Google Voice has been around for quite a while, but has received little attention from the giant of search in recent years. Recent updates could be a sign that the wait is not yet over for Google Voice.
Along with this, Google voice brings bundle of features to easy a user life and automate call related things.
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