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Google’s Voice service users can now modify how incoming calls are managed

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Last Updated on 23/12/2021 by Riya

Google’s Voice service now allows customers to modify how incoming calls are handled. Users may now set the application to redirect calls from individuals or a group of friends to a linked mobile number or voicemail, as per the Engadget.

User to establish a rule that generates personalized voicemail greets for selected recipients. They can also ask it to screen individuals if they don’t wish to accept calls unless required. The new choices, according to the tech behemoth, enable users to route incoming calls in the manners that fit their current operations.

Users can access the functionality by going to the Google Voice site and hitting the cog symbol near the top of the screen. Head over to “Calls,” then “choose a rule.”However, it’s important to remember that you can only access rules you’ve already formed on the mobile application; you can’t create new ones, according to the sources.

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Riya is a technology enthusiast and an avid researcher. She writes about consumer tech, hacking, and technology consumer issues at TheDigitalHacker.
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