Make Sure Priority Callers Ring Through
You may not want to be a slave to the phone, but important calls are occasionally a fact of life. There will be times when you're waiting to hear from someone you really need to talk to. You may want to answer that priority callers without letting other callers ring through.
As much as you don't want the phone to ring, you won't want to miss that phone call. Your daughter may call for a ride home, or you may need quick input from a colleague for a proposal. Either way, you want some callers to ring through. MagicFeatures can accommodate your needs – just put a check in the box next to “Priority Callers Only” – shown highlighted in the picture to the left. Don't forget to add the phone numbers for any priority callers (family, friends, colleagues, etc.) in the table highlighted area at the top of the picture. You enter phone numbers in this table much like those entered in the Call Blocker table. You can enter specific priority phone numbers (5551234567), or you can use an asterisk (*) as a wild card to give priority caller status to a group of numbers). With “Priority Callers Only” checked, your phone won't ring unless the caller is someone you want to hear from.
Some smartphone apps allow you to selectively allow priority callers, but this type of feature is nowhere to be seen on the feature list of conventional landlines. Here is yet another opportunity to customize your personal phone system; make it work for you!
Even if you don't check the “Priority Callers Only” check box, MagicFeatures still does its best to let you know someone special is calling. For example, it will sound a unique ringtone if a priority caller rings you. If you are on the phone when a priority caller rings through, it will also put a “P” in front of the phone number on your caller ID.
MagicFeatures won't tap you on the shoulder to alert you to priority callers, but it comes close!
Questions or Comments?
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