Whether you have been a long time Skype user or newbie, chances are likely, that you haven’t maximized all the service features that Skype has to offer. For instance, did you know that Skype has a voicemail service that can pick up calls for you when you’re busy? Listen to your messages later or the next time you sign in AND easily return calls at your convenience, for free!
How to use Skype and set up voice messaging in Windows:
- Use your browser to sign in to your Skype account
- 2. Under “Manage features”, click Voice messages.
- Click Activate my voice messages now. To receive email alerts, check the box under Voice Message Alert Option.
- Sign in to Skype. Go to Tools > Options> Calls > Voice Messages
- Check on Receive unanswered calls as a voice message.
- Input the number of seconds and check on the boxes you prefer to set when you want the voicemail recording to start.
- Click on Save and you’re all set.
The playback, record and reset buttons let you create a personalized greeting for the caller. Let them know when to expect your call back. A proper voicemail greeting makes a positive impression on your callers, so make it count!
Skype simplifies your busy lifestyle, and lets you do more with less. Want to be even more effective in staying in touch and on top of things? Use a Skype recorder such as SuperTintin and you never have to worry about missing little details.
When you record voice messages and calls simultaneously, including video calls, you have more leverage. But don’t take my word for it, see you for yourself. Download and activate Skype voice messaging and SuperTintin now. Whether for personal or business, you can go ahead and keep being busy, effectively!