I use google voicemail on my Motorola Droid. When someone leaves a message that includes a phone number that is different from the number they're calling from, google does a good job of transcribing it. As far as I can tell, however, there's no simple way of calling back that spoken, transcribed number. Instead, I have to memorize it, switch over to phone and key it in (and forget a few digits and switch back and forth and crash the car etc). I feel like maybe I'm just missing something simple, but I'm coming up empty searching for an answer. Does anyone know if it's possible?
posted by The Dutchman
on Jun 28, 2010 -
I am a verizon cell phone customer and just got rid of our landline. We are a family of 5. Three teens.
I hate getting voicemail. Should I cancel this feature on my cellphone? Do any of you run your life just fine without voicemail?
My kids all text me.
For example, a friend just called me and left a message to call her back. I do not want to call her back! If I did not have voicemail I would not be obliged to call her.
I know it sounds like I am mean but I just hate the phone.
posted by seekingsimplicity
on Jun 2, 2008 -