Google Voice lets you customize settings for anonymous callers

Google Voice lets you customize settings for anonymous callers

Google has rolled out a new update on their Google Voice platform.

They have added two new groups of callers to the platform. This lets you customize settings for them independently.

First of the new groups is for all people in your contacts. This includes people in your address book and in all your Google+ Circles.

The second group is for anonymous callers. This includes people who hide their numbers on caller-id. You can now set these calls to go to specific phones connected to your Google Voice account or simply redirect them to Voicemail.

Google said that this feature has been rolled out on user feedback. The company added:

Many users have asked us for controls aimed at people who are NOT in their address book. So today, we’re adding two groups of callers for Google Voice users.

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