Stay Connected & Keep Your Privacy With Google Voice 030715

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Slides updated during SimpleK12.com webinar on 3/7/15 to reflect changes in app/platform features (original appeared on 4/17/12)

Having a Google Voice number is a great way for teaches to stay connected without feeling like they have to sacrifice their privacy & personal cell or home phone number.

Get a free Google Voice number to give to colleagues, students, and parents and you can have access to text message on your iPad, check voicemails with transcription from your browser, and most importantly, have a phone number to keep lines of communication open without having to give out your personal number.

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  • Stay Connected & Keep Your Privacy With Google Voice 030715

    1. 1. Stay Connected & Keep Your Privacy with Google Voice Simple K12.com webinar - 3/7/15 Chris Casal Technology Teacher, Scarsdale NY Twitter: @mr_casal about.me/mrcasal
    2. 2. The Usual Questions What is the best way to get in touch with you? How can I contact with questions? Can I call you? Do you give out your cell phone number? Can I call you at home?
    3. 3. Easiest Solution... ... Google
    4. 4. Google Voice Part of Google Apps Google Apps for Education Part of GMail Free calls outside of US have fee
    5. 5. Overview (courtesy of a Google search)
    6. 6. Setup Google Voice URL Sign in to your Google account and go to the Google Voice inbox
    7. 7. US only
    8. 8. This is where you connect your Google Voice number to your actual phone - Somone calls your Google number & your personal cell rings
    9. 9. Choose a number with a local area code
    10. 10. As with a traditional phone, choose a PIN for voicemail access
    11. 11. Voicemail transcription Caller ID Google Voice inbox
    12. 12. Google Voice Settings
    13. 13. Custom voicemail configurations
    14. 14. Custom call settings
    15. 15. Missed call email
    16. 16. Google Voice inbox (with missed call)
    17. 17. Call & Text from your browser
    18. 18. Send & recieve texts from iOS app (voice dial on iPhone too)
    19. 19. Hangouts & Google Talk Now Google+ Hangouts are integrated http://www.google.com/hangouts Getting started links: https://support.google.com/voice/topic/1707989? hl=en&ref_topic=1706178 https://support.google.com/voice/? guide=1086099#utm_source=hc_header&utm_me dium=GettingStarted&utm_campaign=guide=2263 5
    20. 20. Summary Google Voice is free Ties a local phone number to your email & forwards calls to any phone you choose Allows you to give out a number that isn’t your personal number Can be changed or deleted at any time Keep an eye on updates at: https://www.google.com/googlevoice/ whatsnew.html
    21. 21. Closing What better way to give out your number than... A free number that can be changed or deleted at any time... A number that can receive calls, texts & voicemail (with transcription) to your email... A number you don’t even need a phone to use... Google Voice, the best way to be in touch without sacrificing personal space & information
    22. 22. Contact Christopher M. Casal 
 Technology Teacher 
 Heathcote School, Scarsdale NY Twitter: @mr_casal Graphite: mrcasal Diigo: mrcasal www.mrcasal.com slideshare.net/mr_casal thecasalos.blogspot.com

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