Google Voice now lets you create rules that dictate how the service responds to incoming calls from particular contacts. And sure, this consists of having Google Voice mechanically ignore sure contacts for you.
Regardless that Google Voice already has a name forwarding characteristic, the brand new rules let you customise it even additional — you can set up a rule that forwards calls from a contact (or a gaggle of contacts) to any of your linked numbers.
How one can create a rule in Google Voice.
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And if you don’t need to obtain a forwarded name in any respect, you can create a rule that sends sure callers straight to voicemail. In keeping with this selection, you may also assign contacts totally different voicemail greetings and display calls from the contacts of your alternative.
To create a rule, head to voice.google.com. (Understand that you can’t create rules or handle them via the Google Voice cell apps — you can solely view them.) From the browser-based web site, hit “Settings” within the high proper nook of the display (represented by a cog icon). From there, click on “Calls” and select “Create a rule.”
You may then choose which contacts you need to create a rule for, in addition to select whether or not you need to display the decision, ship it to voicemail, set a custom voicemail greeting, or ahead the decision to a particular quantity. To see all the main points on how you can set up every separate rule, head to Google’s support page.