Google Voice New Call Customization Feature. Despite Google Voice, immense utility and huge popularity are usually not attended to when it comes to updates. That makes the occasional announcement just like the one that was released recently.
This time around, the company has decided to expand Google voice including some important call customization features that would allow the user to tweak the service the meet their needs in the best ways it can.
Google Voice New Call Customization Feature
Google announced this interesting new custom rule addition starting from December 21, stating that while the options that were added would be turned off by default, end-users can turn them on and set them up in the Google Voice settings menu. This new feature is already being used by some users.
Google Voice Support
Google Voice now offers support forwarding calls gotten from specific contacts to the linked phone number; alternatively, the calls from these contacts would also be set to automatically forward to voicemail. This would actually make things easier for them to receive calls from important business contacts while ignoring calls from vendors that want to offer new services.
Users get to set Google Voice to automatically screen calls that were received from certain contacts and, in cases when the calls would go to voicemail, users would be faced with the option of setting up multiple voicemails greeting for business contacts than the one that was used with personal callers.
Managing Google Voice Contact
Users that have lots of contacts get to set the custom rules to apply to the entire groups of callers rather than each of the contact individually.
Although the changes would not do much for the users, google voice is limited to online dating profiles, spam, filtering, and similar. They’re arguably vital for power users that can take advantage of google’s Free VoIP service to manage their personal and professional lives a lot better.