Other things you can do with callsAdded by IBM on September 19, 2013 | Version 1 (Original)
|Read the following topics to learn about what else you can do:
How can I see a list of calls that I made and received?Parent topic: Audio and video calls
You can see a history of the calls you made, received, and missed. From your Call History, you can even return a call that you missed earlier.
How do I route calls to one of my other devices or telephone numbers?
If you see a Routing Calls
section in your Sametime
® Voice and Video
preferences, you can create rules to route your incoming calls to different devices, based on criteria you specify. For example, you can create a rule to send calls to your home phone when your geographic location is Home. Calls can be routed to one or more of the devices and telephone numbers that you specified under your Preferred Numbers
How can I turn off call notifications when my status is Do Not Disturb?
When your status is set to Do Not Disturb, you might not want the incoming call notification window to open on your screen, but still allow incoming calls. If you have IBM
Unified Telephony, you can choose to not display the call notification window when your status is Do Not Disturb. Instead, calls are forwarded to voice mail or a telephone if it is your preferred device.