Getting the most out of the Teams calling experience is as easy as using your voicemail, which can be a familiar tool to use. Whenever you want to listen to your voicemail, you need to access it using the Calls > History menu option.
As you can tell from the screenshot below, if you hover over a man’s voicemail and select Call, or if you select More actions and select Call back, you will be able to pick it up.
The details and other information about a voicemail are available on the right side of Teams when you select a voicemail and select it.
Using this link, you will be able to:
- The playback controls are located at the bottom of the page and will allow you to listen to your voicemails.
- The summary and transcript of your voicemails (if they are available) should be reviewed.
- Under the contact details at the top, you will find a call control button that you can use to call back someone you called back.
- Create custom voicemail settings (for example, you can record a greeting and specify what rules should be used to answer your calls).
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I check my Voicemail in Teams?
Checking Your Voicemail in Teams
On the left side of your screen, you will find a call button that can be found on the menu on the left hand side. On the top of the Calls section of the page, you will find an option called Voicemail which can be selected.
Does Microsoft Teams have Voicemail?
How do I set up voicemail on my Teams app?
- When you are logged into the Teams application, click the profile picture to view your profile. Select Settings from the drop-down menu that appears.
- You can find the option to configure your voicemail by choosing Calls in the Settings menu.
- With these new options, you will soon be able to customize your voicemail settings so that they are more tailored to your needs. You can record a voicemail, set out of office greetings, etc.