With iOS 9, Apple introduced the option of saving and sharing voicemail messages in whichever way users may prefer. Now it is possible to save messages to services like Dropbox and Evernote, forward them to someone else, transfer them to the Voice Memos app and more. This flexibility to store your messages and to share them with other contacts has been welcomed by users who have some messages that they would like to retain in a secure way.
iOS users can forward voicemails that they have received, with the help of a convenient “Share” button that appears next to all the voicemail messages on your iPhone. You can send the voicemail to someone else and they will not only be able to play it, but also will have the possibility of saving it and sharing it from there. This functionality can save you time and will ensure that the messages that you want to keep, are available when you need them.
Since the majority of mobile phone carriers place a cap on the amount of voicemails that can be stored, this feature comes really handy. It is particularly useful for anyone who has an extensive collection of messages that they want to keep for good. Like videos, photos or emails, voicemail messages can bring us good memories and they may be a special reminder about our loved ones, which is why many of us would prefer to preserve them. Now you won’t need to worry about the storage limits since you can save your old messages to other apps and keep them safe. Here is how you can save, share or forward iPhone voicemails.
- The first step is to launch the Phone app. Then, tap in the Voicemail tab
- Select the voicemail message that you wish to save or share
- Tap on the Share button
- Now you will be able to save the voicemail to another app, or share it in whichever way you prefer.