In the technological age, we depend on smartphones for everything from reading the news to finding out the weather. This makes it easy to get distracted from work and browse through all of the information readily available our phones. But did you know there’s a way to handle your communications – both business and personal – from your computer or laptop? Put your phone away and still manage your missed calls and voicemails by accessing your YouMail account online to stay productive.
So how do you take care of missed calls and voicemails without your phone? It’s simple. Just log into your YouMail account from your web browser at YouMail.com and you’ll have complete access to your call history and voicemails. But that’s not all, you can also organize your messages online and get in touch with other contacts via email or social media to make communicating with all of your contacts a much simpler task.
Here are some ways you can use your YouMail account online:
- View and listen to voicemails. You can click on any of your voicemails to listen to the message or read messages if you have Voice to Text.
- Respond to voicemails. Open any voicemail on your online YouMail account and choose whether you want to reply to it by text, email, or voice message. You can type in your response or record a message to be sent back to your caller.
- Share voicemails on social media. If you receive a voicemail that you’d love to share with your followers and friends on social media, you can just tap on the icon of your preferred social media channel next to your message and we’ll share it for you.
- Forward voicemails. You can easily forward any important voicemails to your contacts as an email attachment or have it forwarded to another contact. That way, you can keep everyone in your circle on the same.
- Organize your voicemails. Your YouMail account online also gives you the freedom to categorize your voicemails into different folders just like you do with your emails. Keep different folders for coworkers and friends to make it easier for you to recall specific voicemails.