Nov 2017
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Smartphone

how to Send a contact directly to voicemail on your smartphone

You can configure your phone to forward any of your phone’s address book contacts directly to voicemail. It’s a great way to deal with a pest! Follow these steps:

 

1)Open the phone’s address book app.

The app is called contacts. See Chapter 7 for details

 

2)Choose a contact, someone who’s bothering you.

Display that person’s contact information on the touchscreen

 

3)Edit the contact: Tap the Edit icon or EDIT button.

On some phones, instead of editing the contact, tap the MORE button.

 

4)Tap the Action Overflow icon and choose All calls to Voicemail.

The command might instead be titled Add to Reject List.

 

5)Save the changes: Tap the Done icon or SAVE button.

When a contact has been banished, you’ll never receive another call from that person. Instead, you’ll see a voicemail notification, but only when the caller chooses to leave you a message.

 

This feature is one reason you might want to retain contact information for someone with whom you never want to have contact.

 

Blocking Calls  :

If your phone lacks an option to divert a contact’s calls to voicemail, check for a Blocked Calls feature. Try these steps:

 

1)Open the Phone app.

 

2)Tap the Action Overflow icon or the MORE button.

 

3)Choose Settings.

 

4)Tap the Call Blocking item.

On some phone, you then choose Block List; otherwise, you see a list of numbers or contacts that are currently blocked.

 

5)Type a number to block, or choose an annoying number from the call log or contacts list.

You might also see a master control on the Block List screen that lets you banish any anonymous calls, which is great way to deal with telemarketers.

 

 

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