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You can view your call history for phone calls made through Hangouts
or Google Voice calls in Hangouts. If you have a Google Voice number,
your call history will also show calls made to and from your Google
Here's how to view your call history for Hangouts on your ...
It seems like you can only delete entire conversations, based on this Google Voice issue about deleting SMS messages,
Google Voice is big on the Conversation, or "SMSThread" as we have
named it. I do not think it is even possible to delete a specific
message out of a conversation or SMSThread, you have to delete the
I checked the ...
I had the same issue and I asked Telegram support. They told me they only allow Real mobile numbers from now on (no more VoIP). But they helped me to login with my Google Voice number and migrate to a real number.
They also told me that pre-registered VoIP numbers should work again with the next update.
Up to you to contact them in order to change the ...
Yes, use the Google Takeout service to download your Google Voice data.
This is what the Google Voice archive will contain:
Your Voice billing history and conversations will be provided as HTML. Greetings and voicemail recordings will be provided as MPEG Audio (mp3). Your list of phones will be provided in the vCard format.
As of 9-July-2013, you can now make calls from Gmail using the new Hangouts.
Making calls from Hangouts — in Gmail and across the web
For those of you who have taken the plunge and are using desktop Hangouts in Gmail, Google+, and the Chrome extension, we've heard loud and clear that you miss the ability to make calls from Gmail, so today, we're happy to ...
No you can't
If you turn on Google Voice text messages in Hangouts, they'll only be available in Hangouts and not in Google Voice. Only old text messages before you turned this feature on will be available in Google Voice.
From Google Voice Help
I liked SoulWinter's Apple Script idea but it didn't quite work for me.
I wasted a lot of time trying to get the Python programs to work which just seem to be too far out of date.
I modified it to work as follows. I was using Chrome, so you might need to change "Google Chrome" to your browser if you aren't. You also need to change X to the number of unread ...
I used the auto hotkey solution posted earlier with a small addendum:
replace X with the number of messages you have divided by 10.
I left my laptop alone for a minute or two and went through 500 messages.
Bypass Google Voice when adding phone number for verification (at step 3 & 4).
Login with your Gmail account to begin register for Google Voice account → Choose a US Phone Number → Continue → Choose PIN → Continue.
Now you will be asked to add a real phone number in US to verify Google Voice account, just edit your current URL to this URL: https://www....
Not a hyperlink, but you can add a voicemail widget to your website.
About voicemail widgets
You can allow others to call you from your website or blog by adding a voicemail widget to it. Visitors to the website can click the widget, enter their phone number, and Google Voice will call them and connect the call to your Google number. Here's how you can set ...
I had this problem, and it turned out to be the USB headset I was using on my Mac. It would get further and further out of sync (audio was delayed) as the call progressed, until about 30 minutes in when my voice would be garbled for a little while and it would then get back in sync, and then repeat. I had another USB audio device so I switched to that, ...
The TechCrunch story you are linking to refers to a sole source, namely 9to5google.com. That one is a rumour site, which sometimes have good sources, some times not.
In this case, the phrases they use:
We’ve heard that Google Voice is getting dragged to the trash [...]
No specific timing on the Google Voice migration was given [...]
[...] we’re ...
In Google Voice, go to Settings | Calls and turn off "Call Screening".
Callers will no longer be asked to say their name, nor will you be prompted to "press 1" to accept the call.
More information at Google Support.
Google voice does work like that - though you need a number to initially set it up IIRC. Once thats done, just disassociate your number from the line, and it should just work as a voice mail box. You might also be able to get a number off something like ipkall, and use that with a SIP account. Planned properly this should be free.
You can then set do not ...
If you have selected "Allow automated Google systems to analyze your voicemail messages to help improve transcription quality" then Google will run it through a machine that will attempt to transcribe it for you. With no human interaction.
If you edit or correct a voicemail transcript, the "Donate this voicemail" is then listened to by an actual human and ...
Unfortunately, unlike Gmail, when you use the "Select All" checkbox and you have multiple pages of results, you don't get the "10 messages selected, click here to select all 501" (paraphrased) link.
I'm afraid your only option is to delete them 1 page at a time.
There looks like there should be some keyboard shortcuts that would help make this process less ...
You can use Google voicemail as an answering service for a landline. To do this, the phone must have "conditional call forwarding" as one of the features. If your plan only has "immediate call forwarding", you won't be able to use Google voicemail.
Immediate call forwarding re-programs your carriers servers to re-direct all calls to your phone number ...
Yes, you can use Google voicemail as an answering service for a landline, but not with CenturyLink. CenturyLink only offers Unconditional Call Forwarding where your landline rings once and forwards.
Years ago, Sprint/United Telephone, which became Embarq and then eventually CenturyLink, offered the Conditional Call Forwarding feature that is needed for ...
In the search box add in:sms to limit the results to just text messages:
> 2125551212 in:sms
The above will search for all text messages with the phone number (212) 555-1212.
You can also add other Gmail like search terms, such as date limiters, e.g.,
I couldn't find the answer to this anywhere, so here you go!
Go to https://voice.google.com
Navigate to the section you want to archive (calls, messages, or voicemails)
Click on the circle icon next to the first message you want to archive. Notice that when you hover over the item, the circle changes to a gray checkmark. When you click it, it changes to a ...
This is not possible in the Google Voice app itself (to the best of my knowledge).
But here is a quick and dirty solution using MS excel (or google sheets):
copy your entire google voice conversation and paste into excel (column A).
In cell B1 paste this formula: =SUM(IF(LEFT(A1:A29,16)="Message by replace",1,0))
in the formula, remove the word '...
I believe you go https://www.google.com/voice and go to settings> phone and untick the checkbox for Google talk. This should make all your calls only go to your phone and not to Google's talk or hangouts apps.
I don't think you can just delete it... you need another number associated with it. I get it, you don't want the calls. You could always turn on Do-not-disturb.
The only way that I have gotten this to work is by verifying my number with another account, which it then rips from the other one because, well, it thinks that account doesn't have the rights to ...
Here is what I would do:
Sign out of account #1.
Go to the Forgot Password link for Account #1
Select I don't know a previous password
On the page that says password help for •••••••@gmail.com, if there is a Get a verification code on my phone: •••••••### option then your phone is associated with the account. If not, the cell number is not associated.