At Robokiller, our main goal is to screen and block those pesky unknown or unwanted calls for you. But how do we do it? It's all thanks to a nifty feature on your phone called Conditional Call Forwarding. Also known as CCF, this special feature provided by phone carriers steps in and forwards busy, unreachable, or unanswered calls to Robokiller for screening.
For Robokiller to send your voicemails seamlessly to your carrier's voicemail box, CCF needs to be active. AT&T and T-Mobile have been champions, supporting the feature with no hitches. If you're with another carrier, don't fret! You'll still receive voicemails, which will be hosted within the Robokiller app.
Finding and listening to your voicemails in the Robokiller app is a breeze. Just open the app and go to Calls. You'll see Robokiller's Call Log, which neatly categorizes blocked and missed calls, Answer Bots, and more. You can filter these calls with the tabs at the top. If someone left you a voicemail, you'll find it under the Voicemail tab. To dive in deeper, tap on the call. A Call Details screen will present itself, where you can listen to the voicemail and view its transcription. Handy, right?
We understand the value of voicemails in your daily communication. That's why we're committed to refining and enhancing this feature. Currently, enjoy visual voicemail access, clear transcriptions, customizable greetings, and more in our system. We hope that helps make it clearer and more engaging!
Still need help? Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.