Note: Before adjusting your phone preferences, please be sure that you’ve successfully enabled your phone integration, purchased a phone number. This is taken care of by your assinged account manager however, if you haven’t done this yet, please visit the “Manage Call Settings” setting page.
Call Forwarding is a method for diverting calls to your personal or business number and never miss a business call again. The calls will still go through your Shape number and it is best to think of call forwarding as using your cell phone or desk phone as a external device to facilitate the call. When dialing with Call Forwarding, Shape will first call the number entered and when answered, the outbound call will connect!
Here is where you’ll enter in the phone number you’d like to receive calls on. There is no need for verification here, so please be sure that you type in the number accurately. Afterwards, click “Save”
After saving, your chosen number will appear in the dropdown to indicate that call forwarding is set.
The above steps are for forwarding your outbound calls to an outside line. If your inbound call route is set to “Call User”, your inbound calls will also be forwarded to the phone number entered above. However, you can also set your call route to “Call Direct Number” if you always want your inbound calls to be routed to an outside line.
Start by navigating to “Settings” in the top gradient bar. Next click the dropdown labeled “Phone Settings” to find the “Inbound Call Route” settings page.
Inbound Call Route: https://secure.setshape.com/inbound-call-routing
You can create a new inbound route using the “Add Routing Rules” button at the top of the page.
If you want to edit an existing route, select “Choose” and “Edit”
Click “Add Call Flow Rule” to add a new step to the inbound route. You will set this rule to “Call Direct Number” and type in the number you wish to receive calls on! Once finished, click “Save” and then “Submit” when finished editing this route.
Note: If you have multiple call flow rules (such as calling your webphone and if there is no answer, call your cell phone to avoid missing the call) then you can click and drag your rules to ring sequentially. In the previous example, you will want the “Call User” rule at the top and the “Call Direct Number” rule below that.
Absolutely! In your inbound call route, you will find the dropdown to re-route your call to a different user’s route that has been set up in your system.
Yes! If you have call set to record automatically, then the calls will still be recorded when they are routed to an outside line.
Yes! You can set the inbound route to call all available users and the first to pick up, will get the lead.
Yes you can! You will want your inbound call route set to “Call User”. Call User will follow what your outbound call preference is set to. So if you are set to use the webphone, you will receive you calls on the webphone. If you are set to call forwarding, you will receive calls on your forwarding number!